BUFFALO, NY -- The Winter Storm Warnings has been canceled in WNY.

Several inches of sleet and snow fell across Western New York Friday evening into Saturday.

Here are some snow totals across WNY:

Allegany County

  • Alfred 11.6
  • Rushford 7.7

Cattaraugus County

  • NNE Franklinville 9.5
  • Humphrey 7.0
  • SSE Ischua 7.0
  • ENE Randolph 7.0
  • Cattaraugus 7.0

Chautauqua County

  • WNW Fredonia 8.5
  • Silver Creek 8.0
  • SSE Silver Creek 8.0
  • ENE Jamestown 7.2
  • SW Dunkirk 4.0
  • S Dunkirk 4.0

Erie County

  • SSE Eden 10.3
  • S Marilla 10.0
  • Hamburg 10.0
  • NNE East Aurora 9.3
  • NE Boston 9.0
  • SSW Blasdell 8.8
  • ENE East Aurora 8.5
  • WSW Elma 8.5
  • S Akron 8.5
  • E Elma Center 8.4
  • WSW Hamburg 8.0
  • SE Glenwood 8.0
  • ESE Clarence Center 7.0
  • NE Cheektowaga 6.6
  • Buffalo Airport 6.6
  • SSE Lancaster 6.5
  • ESE Kenmore 6.3
  • E Williamsville 6.2
  • NW Cheektowaga 5.5
  • NNE Amherst 5.5

Genesee County

  • E Le Roy 11.0
  • NE Stafford 9.3
  • W Batavia 9.0

Niagara County

  • ESE Lockport 6.5
  • ESE North Tonawanda 5.1
  • NNE North Tonawanda 4.9
  • E Niagara Falls 4.0

Orleans County

  • Medina 8.0
  • WNW Medina 5.5

Wyoming County

  • W Wyoming 10.8
  • N Silver Springs 8.7

READ: Crews work to deal with changing weather

Highway crews are working to plow and treat roadways. Drivers should be aware that even trace amounts of ice can make the roads very slick.

City of Buffalo Streets Commissioner Steve Stepniak says crews will be out Saturday morning clearing city streets.

​Several flights in and out of the Buffalo Airport have been cancelled this morning. Call the airline for updates. www.buffaloairport.com

Snow totals will vary greatly across the region. In general, 5 to 12 inches is likely for places like Niagara Falls and Buffalo. Northern Erie and Niagara Counties will likely see the low end of that range. Parts of the Genesee Valley and Southern Tier may see totals pass the one foot mark. The heaviest snow will fall overnight Friday. This will be a very wet snow, making it very heavy and more difficult to shovel.

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