A cold front that has moved to our east has left in its wake much colder air for Western New York Tuesday afternoon. Low clouds and scattered sprinkles and flurries are in the area but more organized rains are to the east of the region along a low pressure area. Colder air will continue to funnel into the region tonight and Wednesday as an upper level disturbance rotates into the region bringing with it more chances for snow Wednesday and possible organized lake snows south of Buffalo. High pressure will move in for a brief time Thursday with some clearing skies as we remain colder than normal through the end of the week.
Tonight - mostly cloudy with scattered flurries. Lows in the mid-30's with westerly breezes near 15mph. Wednesday - Snow showers likely. Cold and breezy with highs in the lower to mid-30's. Thursday - partly sunny with scattered snow showers. Highs in the mid-30's.