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More snow, unseasonable cold on tap Tuesday

The snowflakes are forecast to keep flying today, the National Weather Service said.

It'll be the 10th day this month with measurable snow in Buffalo, one day shy of the all-time mark for April, set in 1961.

The weather service calls for snow showers with less than one inch possible.

The daytime high is forecast to top out at 34 degrees. That's more than 20 degrees colder than average for the date.

It'll feel even colder though.

Breezy west winds, gusting over 30 mph will make it feel like it's in the low 20s, the weather service forecast shows.

This is the second-snowiest April in Buffalo this decade. Another 1.8 inches of snow was logged Monday at the Buffalo airport. (xmACIS2)

There is a 40 percent chance for more snow showers overnight.

Overnight lows are forecast in the low 30s.

Weather service forecasters call for a mostly cloudy start to Wednesday before it gradually clears. Daytime highs will reach into the low 40s, the forecast showed.

The average daytime high temperature for this week in Buffalo is in the mid- to upper 50s, however, every day this week is forecast to remain below-normal.

Welcome to Buffalo's coldest start to April since 1982

Tthe Buffalo Niagara International Airport picked up 1.8 inches of snow on Monday, bringing the monthly total to 5.9 inches.

That's more than twice the average snowfall for a normal April in Buffalo, weather records show.


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