A winter weather advisory remains in effect for Niagara and Orleans county through 7 p.m. Sunday.
"Our biggest concern is freezing rain, which could cause slippery conditions," said Aaron Reynolds, meteorologist with the National Weather Service.
Temperatures reached into the low 40s on Sunday at the Buffalo Niagara International Airport, but a cold front moving across the region will drop temperatures and create the potential for freezing rain. Ice accumulations of a few hundredths of an inch are expected around Niagara and Orleans counties, according to the National Weather Service.
High temperatures around the Buffalo region on Monday will be in the mid 20s with a chance of snow showers. Another warm up is in store Wednesday, when the high could reach the mid 40s, and Thursday, when the high will be near 50 degrees, Reynolds said.
Sharp temperature gradient with mid and upper 40's ahead of the front which is just beginning to move into WNY. Behind the front expect temperatures to fall quickly below freezing with some #freezingRain #Sleet and #Snow. #NYwx pic.twitter.com/EAIZRzKH7s
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