Another significant storm will almost entirely miss our region, passing south of the area Friday, enough to bring some rain showers to WNY Friday night into early Saturday morning, especially closer to the New York/Pennsylvania border. Mostly cloudy skies prevail this weekend along with moderating temperatures back in the 40s. Some snow showers will be possible Monday. Temperatures will be close to average, if not a little above for much of next week.
TONIGHT: Cloudy, Light Snow Showers develop late this evening, around 1" or less metro, 1-2" possible in the hills, Low chance of Patchy Freezing Drizzle overnight, Some Patchy Slick Spots, Wind: E/SE 5-10, Low: 26-31.
THURSDAY: Early Morning Flurries mainly south of Buffalo, Mostly Cloudy, Few PM Breaks, High: 35-41, Wind: S 4-8, Low: 32.
FRIDAY: Some AM Sun, Thickening Clouds, High: 44. Few Rain showers late evening, mainly in the Southern Tier, Low: 35.
SATURDAY: Isolated rain shower early, Otherwise Clouds limit Sun, High: 43, Low: 31.
SUNDAY: Partly Cloudy, High: 42, Low: 31.
MONDAY: Mostly Cloudy, Scattered Snow Showers possible, High: 38, Low: 27
TUESDAY: Partly Cloudy, High: 35, Low: 28.
WEDNESDAY: Partly Sunny, High: 40.