A slushy coating to a few inches or so of concrete snow fell for most last night through early this morning, with about 3 to 7" across the high terrain south. The rest of today expect to see occasional snow mixed with rain at times & a little patchy snizzle/drizzle. There may be another coating to an inch of slushy snow in spots, but no real significant accumulations are expected this afternoon. Temperatures this afternoon will be in the mid to upper 30s.
Come tonight, the air will cool a bit more, & precipitation will linger around the fairly weak surface storm hanging around the area, which should lead to another slushy coating to an inch or two of wet snow tonight. A bit more will fall on Thursday with a little rain mixed in at times with highs Thursday in the mid to upper 30s. It will also turn more brisk later Thursday on the backside of the slowly departing storm.
Later Thursday night int o Friday a good amount of low level moisture & a colder northerly flow will keep some snow showers going with a few squalls mixed in there. Minor accumulations will be possible later Thursday night into Friday, but nothing too significant is expected.
The weekend still looks cold & windy with a bit more snow thanks to limited lake effect being aided by lingering wrap around moisture from slowly departing storm. Temperatures will likely be about a good 5 to 10 degrees below average this weekend, & winds will make it feel a lot worse.
Enjoy the rest of your day WNY!