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Buffalo will see an inch or less today, southern Erie will get a little more

Some parts of Western New York are waking up to light lake-effect snow.

A lake-effect snow warning remains in effect until 4 p.m. Thursday for southern Erie, Wyoming, Chautauqua and Cattaraugus counties, while a lake-effect advisory is in effect until 7 p.m. for Niagara and Orleans counties, the National Weather Service said.

Some spots in southern Erie County will see another inch or two of lake-effect snow during the day, while Buffalo and the northern part of the county should see an inch or less, according to the weather service.

Snowfall totals across the region so far include:

  • 14.5 inches - Perrysburg (as of 9:41 p.m. Wednesday)
  • 9 inches - Cassadaga (5:15 a.m. Thursday)
  • 8.8 inches - Sardinia (9 p.m. Weds.)
  • 4.5 inches - East Aurora (8:27 p.m. Weds.)
  • 3.5 inches - Fredonia (5 a.m. Thurs.)

Thursday's high temperatures are expected to reach the mid-20s.

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