The Tuesday morning commute features a little fog across the area in advance of some unseasonably warm temperatures over the next several days.
Reduced visibility was reported across the region, including along the waterfront in downtown Buffalo, at Buffalo Niagara International Airport and in the Southern Tier.
Visibility is two miles at the airport in Cheektowaga, said meteorologist Dan Kelly of the National Weather Service.
The morning’s low temperature dipped to 28, which would have the potential for the creation of black ice on area roads, Kelly said.
The high temperature Tuesday is expected to reach 44, with some breaks in the clouds possible this afternoon. No rain is predicted. Highs are predicted in the low- to mid-50s the next several days. The high for Sunday is slated to be 60 degrees.
The record-breaking late arrival of the first snowfall at the airport will continue, with no snow predicted over the next seven days, Kelly said.