The Latest Storm Tracker Forecast from News 10 Meteorologist Andy Gregorio
Dry Sunday then more snow & a wintry mix late Sunday night/Monday AM
High pressure will slide across NY state tonight to northern Maine by Sunday night. Two weak low pressure areas will then approach and affect the area during late Sunday night into the first part of Monday. These lows will cause increasing clouds Sunday afternoon followed by snow overspreading the region from south to north between 9PM and 1AM Sunday night/Monday morning.
By Monday morning's drive time into work we can expect a light accumulation of snow across the area along with the snow changes to some sleet and light freezing rain from Albany south. While snow/sleet accumulations are only expected to be an inch or a couple inches and any ice accretion will also be very light, expect a possible messy morning commute and perhaps some school delays, too.
Precipitation will quickly taper off by late Monday morning with only some light drizzle or occasional light rain for the rest of Monday, from Albany south and east and possible some light sleet or freezing drizzle lingering to the west through north of Albany.
TONIGHT: Mostly clear & cold. LOWS 17-21, except near 10 across the Adirondacks.
SUNDAY: Increasing PM Clouds. HIGHS 26-32, 20-25 across the Adirondacks.