The snow and cold are not quite over yet for Western New York as another round of arctic weather is coming our way this weekend.

We are looking for a major cool down this Saturday and Sunday before a snowy blast will hit the region on Sunday and Monday. According to WIVB's Mike Cejka Tweeted out that a couple of inches is expected across much of Western New York with some spots picking up to almost 6 inches of snow.



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After highs in the 50 for much of this week, we will see a major cool down this weekend. On Saturday the expected high is around 40 with the temps dropping at night to the 20s. We will have a hard time reaching the freezing point on Sunday and that is when the majority of the snow is expected across the area.

 

That cold weather is expected to hang out in the area for a couple of days with highs on Monday and Tuesday only getting into the upper 30s or low 40s.

So make sure you didn't put that snow shovel and winter gear away just yet.

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