Buffalo, NY -- Western New York saw its first widespread snowfall Monday night into Tuesday which is about the normal time is occurs in this region.

Lower elevations like Buffalo and Lancaster saw a coating, just under an inch of snow.

Higher elevations saw several inches of snow including Perrysburg at 5 inches.

East Aurora and South Wales saw nearly 3 inches of snow and Orchard Park got about 2 inches.

Temperatures are cold with highs only around the freezing mark of 32 degrees on Tuesday which is about two weeks ahead of schedule. The area normally feels these temperatures at the end of November.

Temperatures will finally increase back into the 40s on Thursday and near 50 on Friday with partly to mostly sunny skies.