BUFFALO, N.Y. — We have a pretty up and down week headed our way across Western New York. Some days will be drier than others but we will be closing out the month on the active side when it comes to precipitation.
Temperatures on Sunday night will cool down into the upper 20s and low 30s but clouds will be back in the area, which will prevent temperatures from dropping tonight.
By Monday, we have a pretty drastically different across Western New York compared to Sunday. The sunshine will be limited as the clouds are locked in place and temperatures will be hovering around the upper 30s and low 40s. We are expecting a mix of rain and snow showers to slide into the area. Areas in the Southern Tier will get more rain than snow, due to slightly warmer temperatures.
Areas in Buffalo and the Northtowns will have more wet snow than anything. Accumulations from this are generally around 1 to 2 slushy inches at the very most across most areas in Western New York. This will likely be more of an inconvenience than anything else on Monday.
For Tuesday, any residual snow showers will taper off and there will be a limited amount of sunshine to work its way back into Western New York. Temperatures will hang out in the upper 30s and low 40s.
For Wednesday, we get a bit of a bump in temperatures into the mid to even upper 40s in many areas around Western New York, however, we are watching for the potential of some rain and wet snow to move in on Wednesday evening. That precipitation is just ahead of a cold front that is going to move through.
Thursday is looking rather sunny but with a cold northwesterly wind, it is going to be very similar to what we experienced on Sunday. Another deluge of rain will be here to wrap up the month of March and start the month of April with milder temperatures on the way.