Slippery Conditions Possible for Buffalo

November 30, 2012; 9:32 AM ET
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A weak, quick-moving disturbance will bring light snow to the area Friday afternoon into the evening hours.

With temperatures Friday afternoon struggling to rise into the mid-30s, the light snow will generally make the roads wet. However, there can be slippery spots. A coating to an inch is possible on grassy surfaces.

Temperatures will fall just below freezing Friday night as the light snow ends early in the evening. Any untreated roads could become icy.

Any icy conditions will not linger long into the weekend as temperatures will rise into the 40s for Saturday and into the mid-50s for Sunday as warmer air moves into the region.

The mild period will continue into next week as temperatures reach the lower 60s before a cold front brings temperatures to the upper 30s for midweek.

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