There’s vital snowfall throughout western New York

This multi-day storm system corresponds to the predictions of Storm Team 2.

BUFFALO, NY – The Christmas present from Western New York this year was a white Christmas … and a few more.

After a break in snowfall for most of Christmas Day, lake-effect snow developed late on Friday evening, throwing new buildup in parts of western New York.

Conditions worsened Friday evening through Saturday morning when the lake effect ribbon took shape. Areas normally affected by lake effect snow were initially between 4 and 8 inches at sunrise on Saturday morning.

As the lake effect tape continues to affect our region, the National Weather Service’s snow totals begin.

JUST IN: Updated totals with some areas taking up 1.5 to 2 feet of snow! @WGRZ # StormTeam2 pic.twitter.com/31uf5F7B7X

– Carl Lam (@CarlHLam) December 26, 2020

On Saturday at 11.15 a.m., Hamburg saw the most snow with 21.9 inches of snow. The Buffalo Southtowns were once again the recipients of another fertile 19 “snowfall in Eden, 15” in Orchard Park, and 10.2 “in Holland.

Other areas like Alden have seen 14 inches while Batavia has accumulated 13 inches of snow. In addition, more impressive totals were reported in West Seneca and Elma. Both communities report 13 inches of snow. These sums were measured from 7:00 a.m. on Friday morning until the time they were reported.

On Saturday there is more snow all day Snow warnings with lake effect in place for Erie, Genesee, Wyoming, Cattaraugus, and Chautauqua counties.

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