BUFFALO, N.Y. — After a little snow early Saturday morning, it'll be a cloudy day once again with high temperatures hovering near freezing. The second weather system will bring a mix of snow and rain on Sunday as a weak area of low pressure slides into the Northeast. With temperatures getting a small boost into the mid 30s, this will allow for some snow to fall as rain, including for the Buffalo area. For the Southern Tier, snow is still the primary type of precipitation for Sunday.
Looking ahead to next week, temperatures will likely stay below freezing all weekend long, marking what could be the coldest week of winter yet. Morning lows some days will be close to the single digits even with afternoon highs hovering in the 20s each day.
As for any snowy, a few snow showers are possible Monday with another system moving in midweek. And while there is the chance for some lake effect snow next week, it's too early to tell with the chance for how cold and dry the air will be too.
The good news is, though we will have colder readings, we should get a break from stubborn cloud cover for a couple days. Not sunny days, mind you, but a couple days with a mix of sun & clouds midweek. We are monitoring a general snowfall moving towards WNY later in the week.