“It’s still snowing. We still have a lot more time to go,” she said Friday morning.
At Buffalo Niagara International Airport, where scheduled arriving and departing flights were canceled, the NWS recorded 12 inches of snow Friday morning.
A trained weather spotter measured 18 inches of snow Friday afternoon in Blasdell, about 9 miles south of Buffalo, the NWS reported.
Thunderstorms, which happen when a thunderstorm drops snow instead of rain, were reported throughout Thursday night in Buffalo for several hours, according to the National Weather Service. The NWS said thunderstorm snow would continue Friday.