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Just now, Thinksnow18 said:

That image plus the radar over the lake shows the northern edge of the band getting to amherst and Williamsville...probably advisory snows heaviest of course south buffalo and west seneca.

It's a very thick band, northern edges will be airport southern edges Buffalo Southtowns. HRRR has it staying nearly steady until Midnight, this is going to overperform. 

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..A BAND OF LAKE EFFECT SNOW WILL INTENSIFY ACROSS WYOMING...
NORTHERN CATTARAUGUS...ERIE AND NORTHEASTERN CHAUTAUQUA COUNTIES...

At 1120 AM EST, A band of lake effect snow was becoming better
organized over the east end of Lake Erie. This band of lake effect
snow is expected to rapidly intensify during the early afternoon and
move into the Buffalo Southtowns. Travel conditions will rapidly
deteriorate between noon and 1 pm as snowfall rates increase.
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13 minutes ago, OSUmetstud said:

Man Peterman can't catch a break lol. Should be a fun game. 

Well at least in those conditions, Peterman won't be throwing much...

I'm a Giants fan but root for Bills as a backup plan (not helpful usually)...and Tyrod Taylor is an alum of my high school in Virginia...Hampton High. But he's not that good.

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2 minutes ago, Syrmax said:

Well at least in those conditions, Peterman won't be throwing much...

I'm a Giants fan but root for Bills as a backup plan (not helpful usually)...and Tyrod Taylor is an alum of my high school in Virginia...Hampton High. But he's not that good.

Haha maybe that's true.  Break out the run game. 

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9 minutes ago, BuffaloWeather said:

Getting destroyed in Hamburg.

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Getting some snow in West Seneca, but nothing even close to that. Not even close to what it looks like at the stadium. So sick of being just too far north, and as someone mentioned earlier can see the double banded structure starting to take shape on radar and with the luck we’ve had here in the last 5 days there will be one band smacking the northtowns and one band raking less than 5 miles to my south over the stadium. We just can’t catch a break in South Buffalo/WS/Lancaster...

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