As of Saturday afternoon, here is Don Paul's look at the weather for Sunday's Bills-Colts game at New Era Field. Tailgate forecast: Chills for the Bills ... and you. Possible slick spots from overnight and early Sunday scattered snow showers en route to the stadium. Significant, but not brutal, wind chill, chance of scattered light snow showers. 8 a.m. temperature: 28 degrees, but with wind chill feeling like 16 to 20.
As of Friday, here is Don Paul's look at the weather for Sunday's Bills-Colts game at New Era Field. TAILGATE FORECAST: Count on cold. Scattered light snow showers, cold breeze, significant wind chill. 8 a.m. temp: 27, wind chill: 16-20. Few slick spots possible enroute to stadium from Saturday night light snowfall. WIND: W to WSW, increasing to 15-25 with some stronger gusts. Some impact on passing/kicking game. Significant to harsh wind chill. PRECIPITATION: Scattered light snow showers possible AM.
Cold weather can make high blood pressure get higher. This layperson suspected that was the case, but an article from bloodsugardiabetes.org has evidence which confirms my suspicions. Since we’re now into an extended period of colder than average temperatures, this seems like a good time to touch upon this topic.
Now have new snow totals from trained observers of 15” near Elma, 10” East Aurora, 17” Carnegie, nearly 10” W Seneca and 8 inches 2 miles SSW of Blasdell. Awaiting more reports from regular spotters, please.
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