An area of low pressure over Northern New England will move away and provide a brisk northwesterly flow over Western New York for the next several days. The trailing cold front with the associated low that moved across our region yesterday evening and has shifted our winds to west/northwest. Much colder readings are lining up today versus 24 hours ago. We'll see more clouds than sun today with scattered lake enhanced snow showers in the favored areas south and east of Lakes Erie and Ontario. Our current pattern of cold will continue for this week with slightly milder conditions coming up for this weekend. A more significant warm up is slated for next week as milder Pacific air makes it's way across the continent. There are no large-scale storms on the horizon for the next few days for Buffalo and Western New York.
Today: Mostly cloudy skies with scattered flurries and lake enhanced snow showers in favored areas. Highs in the mid-upper 20's with a northwest wind near 10mph. Tonight will feature mostly cloudy skies with a few flurries - cold with lows in the mid-upper teens. Wednesday will see partly sunny skies and cold conditions with a few flurries. Highs in the mid-20's.