You know that we're experiencing two different winters in Western New York by the cars on the road and in downtown parking lots. Some look like they might have just come from a car wash, while others have the telltale sign of having traveled from the Southern Tier: a square shaped mound of snow on the roof.
It's not news to anyone that parts of our region get more snow than others, but the difference between the metro area and the traditional snow belt this year is striking. Buffalo's snowfall is being counted in inches, while parts of Cattaraugus County can measure the snow on the ground in yards.
But the snow will find its ways to all of our neighborhoods eventually. It always does.