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Snowy start to first week of New Year

By Eileen Buckley & Bert Gambini

Buffalo, NY – A steady snow that began falling overnight and made the morning commute a bit treacherous for driving.

Slick roads and numerous accidents compounded typical volume delays. The outbound 33 was at a standstill from Eggert to Dick Road for nearly 30 minutes Tuesday morning.

The snow is expected to continue throughout the day. Accumulations wont be significant, but the Tuesday afternoon drive could be a bit underspeed as well.

Steady snow showers will become scattered by Tuesday afternoon for parts of Western New York, including Buffalo. We could see another one to two inches of accumulation north of Buffalo and Batavia, little or no accumulation to the south. For Tuesday, expect a few more snow showers, with additional accumulation of an inch or less.