Winters in Buffalo are notable for snow, but they're not particularly notable for cold. We usually only reach the single digits five or six times during a winter, and it's really unusual to dip below zero.
Like we're doing today. Wow.
The good news about this cold is that if it lasts long enough -- and tomorrow's supposed to be only slightly warmer -- it will help Lake Erie freeze over, which will shut down the lake effect. Otherwise, this weather doesn't have an upside: it's too friggin' cold.
So, a word to the wise: If you're outside today, for God's sake, find a dead Tauntaun, slice open its belly, and crawl inside. It wil keep you warm until Rogue Two can find you.