BUFFALO, N.Y. — Cold air and just the right amount of wind will keep the Lake Erie snow machine going overnight.
As of late last night Tuesday, 17.9 inches of snow has been reported in Colden, 15.8 inches in Sardinia, 14.5 inches in Boston, 12.3 inches in Java Center, 11 inches in Hamburg and just 2.5 inches in Buffalo. Additional reports from the National Weather Service can be found here.
The snow is no easing back with scattered snow showers remaining until late this morning.
The Lake Effect Snow Warning for southern Erie, Wyoming, Cattaraugus and Chautauqua counties has expired.
Wednesday afternoon and Thursday will be drier with just a few showers, but Thursday will get breezy ahead of our next storm which will kick up another round of lake effect for Thursday night into Friday. It still looks like the Southern Tier will be the focus for this late-week snow.