Up to 6 feet of snow is expected in the Buffalo and Western New York region. Does the storm look familiar to Bills fans?

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By all accounts, this is going to be a BIG snowstorm in WNY from 11-17 through the Bills and Cleveland Browns game on Sunday, 11-20. Forecasts are predicting as much as six feet of snow in parts of the region, and it's all coming down Thursday and Friday. It'll begin in the southern part of WNY Thursday and then make its way to the city on Friday.

Furthermore, the 90 in both directions from the 390 exit to the Pennsylvania border will be closed to all traffic beginning at 4 pm Thursday.

This is really nothing all that new for us. That doesn't mean we don't take it seriously. We do and know that it can be really tough for some. Still, the snow rarely stops WNY'ers from having a good time, and it certainly won't stop Bills Mafia from going to the game this Sunday.

Speaking of Bills Mafia, a person on Twitter noticed something very interesting about the incoming storm and how it looks on the radar. Take a look.

Do you think it looks like the Bills logo? Maybe this is good luck for Sunday? After all, the Bills are on a 2 game-losing streak.

Please be sure to take care during the storm, check on the elderly and those in need, and don't be reckless. Let the plows and first responders do their jobs by staying off the roads during the storm.

Go Bills!

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