The Buffalo region may get a dusting of snow today, after escaping Saturday with 3 inches of snow or less.
The area is expected to get some snow showers this morning, but will see little accumulation, said Bob Hamilton, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Buffalo.
“I would not expect anything of note in the Buffalo area – probably a half-inch or less,” Hamilton said.
The Southern Tier, he said, may pick up another inch or two of snow, after a foot or more fell in some parts on Saturday.
The National Weather Service lifted a winter weather warning for the Southtowns and Southern Tier shortly after noon Saturday, while a winter weather advisory for northern Erie, Niagara, Orleans and Genesee counties was lifted late Saturday morning.
Anywhere from 1 to 3 inches of snow fell around metro Buffalo early Saturday, with 3 inches accumulating in West Seneca, an inch in the Town of Tonawanda and 2.9 inches at Buffalo Niagara International Airport in Cheektowaga. Jamestown and Kennedy in Chautauqua County received 13 and 12 inches, respectively.