Here's your Latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologist Tim Drawbridge
Another COLD but mainly clear start to the day. High pressure will continue to provide another day filled with bright sunshine as high temperatures re-bound into the low & mid 30s.
An approaching system will throw the clouds our way as we head through tonight. I believe we'll see some disparity in temperatures this evening depending on how quick the clouds increase and how quickly the winds diminish. So, we'll call for lows in the single digits in the valley locations and up north while we drop to a low of 19° in Albany.
Skies clear Saturday night but another system will approach the region for Sunday. So, any sunshine will give way to the clouds on Sunday with snow showers / flurries on the docket for Sunday night into the first part of Monday.
Don't forget... Daylight Saving Time begins Sunday at 2am. We "Spring Forward" by moving our clocks ahead one-hour before going to bed. Its also a good time to check the batteries in your smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors.
FRIDAY: Mostly sunny, seasonable. HIGHS: 31°-36°.
TONIGHT: Clear skies then increasing clouds. LOWS: 9°-19°
SATURDAY: Partly sunny. Becoming breezy? Stray flurries. HIGHS: 35°-40°.
Bright sun again.... seasonable?!?!?!?!