Lake Snow Watch upgraded to Warning for part of Southern Tier, S. Erie County midweek

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — Much of the Southern Tier and part of Erie County may see lake snow in the middle of the week.

A Lake Snow Watch was issued for Southern Erie, Chautauqua and Cattaraugus counties late Tuesday night through Thursday afternoon, but upgraded to a Warning later in the day.

Snow in some amount or another has been predicted for every day this week. Here is the forecast:


TUESDAY: Occasional Snow Showers, High: 34-38, Wind: SW8-14 pm, Low: 27

WEDNESDAY: Cloudy, Snow Showers, Lake Effect develops and shifts to the hills of the So. Tier, and also north/northeast of Buffalo, High: 30, Low: 14

THURSDAY: Snow Showers, Lake effect mainly hills of the So. Tier and northeast, Colder, High: 18, Low: 10

FRIDAY: Mostly Cloudy, Scattered Snow Showers, localized Lake Snow may shift northward toward the metro, High: 21, Low: 4

SATURDAY: Frigid temperatures along with a Bitter Wind Chill, Scattered Lake Effect Snow Showers, Breaks of Sun, High: 8, Low: -1

SUNDAY: Partly Sunny, Scattered Lake Effect Snow Showers, High: 14, Low: 9

MORE | See our complete 4 Warn forecast here.

Here is a Tuesday morning shot of snow predicted across the region.


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