It's been really cold this winter.
But don't take our word for it; take it from the New York Times.
The Times today has an article headlined "Buffalo Embraces Winter's Chill" by Lynn Freehill-Maye that - while noting our less-than-tropical temperatures - points out the now often-repeated news that a burgeoning craft brew industry, food truck growth and the development of Canalside is making Buffalo a cool place to be, not just a cold place to
From the article: "This is not what my husband and I were expecting a few months earlier, when we had just moved to Buffalo. With the rosy September light glinting off downtown’s cluster of handsome buildings, we took a sunset cruise on Lake Erie and asked a lifelong Buffalonian what locals did in winter. 'Uh, watch the N.F.L.?' she offered. 'We just kind of hunker down.' "
To be fair, we DO do that too.
- Bruce Andriatch
Red panda enjoys the snow!
Average Temperature in Buffalo
Buffalo is located in Western New York on the eastern shores of Lake Erie. The city is also at the beginning of the Niagara River , which leads to the famous Niagara Falls. Buffalo is 50 mile south-southeast from Toronto, Canada.This city is big, consisting of about 32 different neighborhoods.