Home Doll market Snow and cold for Sunday in WNY: here’s what to expect

Snow and cold for Sunday in WNY: here’s what to expect



Good year! It’s officially January, which usually means cold, wintry weather for Buffalo. While we’ve had a fairly balmy December, January will be more wintry after New Years Day, and you can expect it to start tomorrow in western New York.

A winter weather advisory was issued for all of western New York from Saturday evening through Sunday afternoon.

There will be rain showers on Saturday afternoon, but that rain briefly turns to a mixture, before turning to mostly snow in western New York overnight. This steady, light snow continues through much of Sunday.

That means it will be cold and snowy for the Bills’ game at Highmark Stadium, as they will host the Atlanta Falcons at 1 p.m.

snow accumulations of 3-4 inch are expected for Buffalo and much of western New York by WIVB, with slightly lower totals in the southern level, as precipitation will turn snow in that region after that north of Buffalo.

The snow will cause slippery conditions for your Sunday commute, so allow some extra time for your journey to the stadium tomorrow and bring a snow brush and gloves.

Sunday will be the first time the Atlanta Falcons have been at Orchard Park since 2005. They were at the Bills in 2013, but that game was played in Toronto.

As for Monday, colder temperatures are expected with a risk of snow. The peaks will only be in the mid-1920s.

Winter will definitely be here by January 2.

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