Yes, that is more snow falling outside your window, but forecasters with the National Weather Service in Buffalo say there’s nothing to worry about.
“It’s just normal winter weather,” said meteorologist Tom Paone.
Light snow, in the range of one to three inches, is expected to fall today and another inch or so overnight.
A winter weather advisory will be in effect until 9 p.m.
“Normal,” Paone reiterated.
“Compared to what we just had, this will be nothing,” he said, referring to Wednesday night’s storm that dumped a foot of snow across the region.
Today’s snow is part of a large system affecting New York State and Pennsylvania. It’s expected to head toward New England later tonight.
Paone urged anyone driving to expect slick conditions.
“Normal precautions,” he said.
The high for today should be at about 30 with a low of 23.