There's still potential for some freezing rain on Thursday morning in parts of the northtowns and Niagara County.
Temperatures are at 32 degrees or slightly below the freezing mark in some spots, though the temperature at Buffalo Niagara International Airport in Cheektowaga was 33 degrees shortly after 6:30 a.m., according to the National Weather Service.
The areas of rain moving through Western New York early Thursday should be gone by about 9 a.m., said meteorologist Tony Ansuini.
"Once the rain ends, temperatures are really going to climb," Ansuini said.
High temperatures for metro Buffalo are expected to reach into the 50s on Thursday, with spots in the Southern Tier getting close to 70 degrees, he said.