Buffalo, New York – On Sunday morning the temperature is about to cool down, so Sunday’s rain starts at about 8 a.m. with a mixture of snow and ice and then at lunchtime until winter. After that, the rain turns into rain and stays like rain all day long. Thus, the total rainfall in Western New York at this time is a total of one quarter to one inch of rainfall.
Heat is difficult to get out of the 30s on Sunday, especially in the north. Areas with more snow in the morning can take 1 to 2 inches of softness. But on snowy, rainy, and rainy days, this combination can lead to snow and / or slippery roads all day long.
The last snowfall on Sunday can be caused by any rain or hail mix and some of the snow will melt when it falls. Heavy rains may also cause minor delays on the roads.