Parts of western New York, in and around Buffalo, are bracing for another two to three feet of snow. A massive lake-effect storm just dropped about six feet on some areas.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo warned residents that it could get worse before it gets better, as crews desperately try to dig out roadways before the next round of snow starts. 

Maria Molina took us through the forecast this morning, saying there will be at least another two feet of snow in downtown Buffalo. 

The next concern is that the temperatures by Monday will reach near 60 degrees in Buffalo, with rain in the forecast, raising concerns about floods. 

Eight deaths have been reported amid the treacherous conditions. Some roof collapses have been reported over the past day, and officials fear there could be more.

The Bills are scheduled to play the Jets at 1:00pm ET on Sunday. They're offering people $10 an hour and free tickets to help dig out the stadium.

Check out some of the most captivating photos of this historic snowfall:

A snow-bound truck blocks a street in the south Buffalo area on Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014, in Buffalo, N.Y.
A plane negotiates its way through the snow at the Buffalo Niagara International Airport in Buffalo, N.Y., as a lake-effect snowstorm with freezing temperatures hit the area.
In this photo provided by Chrissy Hazard, Mark Hazard, his son Jason and Bryan Juda shovel out the snow from the home of Chrissy Hazard on Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014 in Cheektowaga, N.Y.
A 4-foot fence and SUV are nearly buried along a street in Buffalo, N.Y. on Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014.
Snow covers a street at daybreak Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2014, in south Buffalo, N.Y.