BUFFALO, N.Y. — A quick round of light rain and snow showers will move from south to north over Western New York late Tuesday evening. Temperatures will rise overnight, limiting the potential for much accumulation. Readings should be near 40 degrees in Buffalo by Wednesday morning.
The first half of Wednesday will be dry but mainly cloudy. Temperatures will get close to 50 degrees before scattered showers move in for the afternoon. Those showers will develop into more widespread areas of rain Wednesday evening through early Thursday morning.
Temperatures on Thanksgiving will start in the mid 40s and rise into the low 50s. Widespread showers first thing in the morning will taper down to isolated sprinkles Thursday afternoon. There will be a bit of a breeze with southwest winds of 10 to 20 mph.
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Friday will be dry but mainly cloudy with a high in the low 50s. Right now the weekend looks fairly nice, especially on Sunday with highs in the 40s. A couple quick showers can't be ruled out Saturday morning, but otherwise plan for dry weather Thursday evening through Sunday night.
We're keeping an eye on a storm system that could cause some trouble around here early next week with windy, wintry weather. There is the potential for rain and/or snow Monday and then lake effect snow on Tuesday. Both days could also be quite breezy.