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Headed home? Here's what you need to know about the PM commute

As temperatures continue to plunge this afternoon across the Buffalo Niagara region, rain is expected to turn into freezing rain, sleet and then snow. That's expected to create a whole host of travel problems, including slippery roads and sidewalks this afternoon and then visibility problems because of snowfall and blowing snow.

Here's a look around some of metro Buffalo's major thoroughfares at this hour:

If you’re taking the Thruway: No accidents, but traffic is moving slowly.

If you’re taking the Niagara Thruway/I-190: No accidents, but traffic is moving slowly.

If you’re taking the Skyway/Route 5: No accidents, but traffic is moving slowly.

If you’re taking the Scajaquada/Route 198: No accidents, but traffic is moving slowly.

If you’re taking the Kensington/Route 33: No accidents, but traffic is moving slowly.

If you’re taking the Youngmann Highway/I-290: No accidents, but traffic is moving slowly.

If you’re taking the Aurora Expressway/Route 400: No accidents, but traffic is moving slowly in the West Seneca portion.

If you’re taking the Southern Expressway:/Route 219: No accidents, but traffic is moving slowly approaching Orchard Park.

If you’re taking city streets: No issues reported at this time.

 Here’s a look at current traffic conditions around Buffalo Niagara.

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