It's going to snow. Again.
"What's new?" said Tony Ansuini, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service of Buffalo Wednesday morning.
The good news: Ansuini said it won't be a lot of snow.
It'll be cool and calm during the day Wednesday with a high of 40. Then the temperature dips to the freezing point as a weather system moves into the region overnight Wednesday to bring about a half of inch of snow over the metro Buffalo area and up to another half inch during the day Thursday, Ansuini said. The expected high on Thursday is 38. There's a chance of a little more snow Thursday night. On Friday the snow will turn to rain.
More snow expected into Friday. The higher terrain will see the most snowfall with several inches, while lower elevations will only see an inch or two. The weekend into early next week is shaping up to be sunny and dry with a warming trend. pic.twitter.com/eImlgWahRy
— NWS Buffalo (@NWSBUFFALO) April 18, 2018
Then, it looks like we'll finally start seeing some springlike weather.
It'll be in the 40s and sunny this weekend. On Monday the forecast calls for temperatures in the 50s and then on Tuesday possibly up to about 60, Ansuini said.
"There's a nice warming trend," he said.