The weird wild weather will continue this weekend across Western New York. This past week we have seen sun, snow, rain, and more and it will continue this weekend.

From wild swings in the high temperatures of over 30 degrees, we will go from seeing a high in the mid-60s to a high in the 30s today. From sun to sleet, to snow we will see all four seasons this week in Buffalo.

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Hopefully, you had a chance to enjoy some of the Springtime weather we had on Thursday because today we will only see a high of 38 with scattered snow showers across the area.

On Saturday, we will see a big warm-up with the high temperature climbing into the upper 40s with a mix of clouds and sun. This will be the best day of the weekend for the 716.

On Sunday, we will see another drop in the temperatures as the high is only expected to be around 39. There is also another chance of a mix of rain and snow on Sunday as well. It will be windy as well and the wind chill will make it seem like it is only in the low 30s.

On Monday we are ready for another warm-up as we will see a mix of sun and clouds with a high near 50.

The average temperatures will be in the 50s throughout the rest of the week before another cool down is expected next weekend.

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