Here's the latest News 10 Storm Tracker Forecast from
Meteorologist Tim Drawbridge
A cold front moving through the region is the reason for our rain showers. It'll also be the reason why we'll continue to see some issues with the wind and snow showers west of Albany/Glens Falls by sunrise across the high terrain/mountains.
A colder day for sure on Wednesday - about 20° colder for MANY of us as an upper level feature works through the region. It'll be mostly cloudy with rain showers and the opportunity for some snow showers across the hilldowns/mountains. It'll also be windy as some of the wind gusts will approach 35 miles per hour.
High pressure moves in for Thursday. BUT, there will be a very cold pool of air above us on Thursday. So, skies will become partly sunny with the opportunity of a pop-up shower. The wind remains an issues as some of the wind gusts will approach 40 miles per hour in places.
TONIGHT: Cloudy, Showers, Breezy. Some thunder this evening. Snow showers by morning across the hilltowns/mountains west of Albany/Glens Falls. LOWS: 38° to 45°.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy, windy. Rain showers. Snow showers possible in the hilltowns and mountains. HIGHS: 43° to 52°.