Joking about the small break in snowfall last night, Steve McLaughlin, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service at Buffalo, said the city can expect the weather to keep really cold with a little snow every day for the next two weeks.
Weve got a strong band, but its lifting north, McLaughlin said Monday evening. As far as Chautauqua County goes, its only going to affect the far northern part of the county tonight like out around Dunkirk and Fredonia.
After that its going to head up to Southern Erie and Wyoming Counties, up to the south of Buffalo.
Explaining that the area was expected to be hammered all night long, McLaughlin said motorists should use caution if traveling between Northern Chautauqua County and Buffalo today.
Much of Southern Chautauqua County was quiet in terms of traffic Monday morning with the Jamestown Police Department saying there was nothing of note which happened in relation to the weather.
It seems like most people used their heads and either stayed home or just took it easy, said a dispatcher with the Chautauqua County Sheriffs Office.
According to Weather.com, there is a 70 percent chance of snow today with a high temperature of 21 degrees. Average high for today is 31 degrees with a record high of 57 degrees.