Evan Myers has details on the departing cold the rain and warmup coming.
As lake effect snow showers wind down, warmer is ahead for the later half of the weekend.
While the Thanksgiving week will start with near-record warmth, winter will return for many on Thanksgiving day. There is also a threat for snow for the mid-Atlantic to New England.
Much warmer air will return to the eastern half of the country this weekend and into early next week. Meanwhile, a storm will move across Texas Saturday producing the threat for severe thunderstorm
Watch as a band of storms moved across Lake Erie and into Buffalo on Tuesday.
After receiving 3 more feet of snow, Hamburg Emergency Services has placed a driving ban until they can find a way to clear the roads.
Later in the weekend, temperatures will climb in Buffalo causing for rapid snowmelt and the threat for flooding.
Residents continue to dig out in Buffalo.
Warmer temps will impact the NFL and NCAA action late-week and into the weekend.
The orange harvest in Tulare County is much smaller this year due to the ongoing drought.