BUFFALO, N.Y. — Sunday began with snow, sleet and rain falling across Western New York which eventually transitioned to all rain as temperatures rose above freezing.
Buffalo north to Niagara Falls received a dusting to inch of snow in a few spots, though the rain that came after helped to melt any snow that did accumulate. And with the addition of Winter Weather Advisories early Sunday morning, many road crews in the impacted counties pretreated roads ahead of the wintry mix.
A few rain and snow showers are possible early Monday morning as this weather system moves out and a lake breeze develops. Only minor accumulations are expected, if any, across southern Eire, Wyoming counties and the Southern Tier Monday.