An inch or less of snow is expected for most of Western New York over the rest of the day on Monday.
After drivers dealt with a wet - and sometimes slick - morning commute, there remains a chance for freezing rain through about 10 a.m.
A winter weather advisory is in effect until 2 p.m., though the weather system is expected to weaken later in the morning and into the af…
Drivers should be careful of potentially slick roads in some places on Wednesday morning thanks to snowfall atop a layer of ice.
A winter weather advisory remains in effect until 10 a.m. for Erie, Niagara, Orleans, Wyoming and Genesee counties. Less than an inch of additional snow is forecast, according to the National Weather Service in Cheektowaga.
On Grand Island, whe…
Some areas of Western New York will see some freezing rain during Wednesday morning's commute.
A steady rain is moving north from the Southern Tier and there will be some freezing rain on the front edge of it, said National Weather Service meteorologist Bob Hamilton.
The parking lot at the weather service in Cheektowaga is coated in ice, Hamilton said, and about 60 perce…
A mix of wet snow, sleet and freezing rain is possible starting Tuesday night through Wednesday morning.
Forecasters at the National Weather Service, expecting a "light wintry mix," have issued a winter weather advisory from 7 p.m. Tuesday until 11 a.m. Wednesday.
There's a potential for slick roads over that time period, said meteorologist Bob Hamilton, who said conditi…
A daily record for snowfall was broken in Buffalo on Tuesday.
As of 11 a.m., the Buffalo Niagara International Airport picked up 7.1 inches.
That was enough to set the daily record for snowfall before noon. The former record, 6.6 inches, was set Feb. 16, 1993.
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Update: 1:14 p.m.
Car crashes caused by slick roads dotted Western New York highways and roads and slowed traffic during the Friday morning commute.
Various car crashes, including in the City of Buffalo, were being reported over the police scanner. One Buffalo police officer asked the dispatcher to call the city streets department because there was no salt on the roads and it was like "an …