As Buffalo digs out from a messy snow storm that dumped about a foot of snow in the metro area and 18 inches and more in the Southtowns, here's something to look forward to: The storm is over, and it's going to be sunny this weekend.
Here's what to expect in the next 36 hours.
The snow storm is over. A winter storm warning for the region was canceled two and a half hours early.
Now, you can expect a few light flurries here and there but nothing that's going to accumulate, said National Weather Service meteorologist Dave Zaff.
"Nothing eventful," Zaff said. "How about that?"
It's expected to stay right around 30 through the day, which won't help much with melting snow, but at least there won't be much more to shovel.
The temperatures will dip into the mid 20s and some scattered snow showers are possible.
The day may start out with some snow flurries, but then expect partly cloudy but sunny skies and highs in the mid to upper 30s. The overnight lows will again be in the mid-20s.
A 37-degree day is forecast for Sunday with mostly sunny conditions.
The average high for the first few days in March is 37 degrees.