The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologist Steve Caporizzo.

Well Finally-A “Normal” January day for us temperature-wise. The high in Albany was 32. Get ready-as little burst of snow will move through tomorrow morning. Just enough to make some spots a bit slippery.

Surface Maps

Cold High Pressure locked to our north.

A weak disturbance dropping out of the Great Lakes and weak storm will bring a burst of snow on Thursday-

The main storm moves into the Mid West tonight and tracks west of us Thu.Night- Milder air with rain into Friday morning-then colder.

Not a Big Storm….but enough to coat the roads Thursday Morning/Early afternoon-so be careful.

Here is the breakdown.

Winter Weather Advisory in effect for northern areas and in Vermont-esp the Higher elevations.

Here is what we expect for Snowfall.

Most of this will fall in the morning til early afternoon.

Pockets of Freezing rain may fall for a time in the Lake George area/Adirondacks, and the mountains of Vermont.

FUTURECAST

As milder air tries to push north….a little light snow moves across the Adirondacks tonight.

Moisture coming up from Ohio arrives Thursday Morning-it will be cold enough for several hours of snow-this burst moves by, by early afternoon…then temps rise, and the next round of rain with the storm tracking to our west-will be mainly rain. Maybe a few pockets of ice in the Adirondacks.

It will dry out by Mid day Friday and getting windy with colder air moving in.

TONIGHT: Bit of light snow will clip the Adirondacks….Cloudy-light snow dev in the Catskills before daybreak.

THURSDAY: Period of snow in the morning…then changing to showers or drizzle for the afternoon-will more rain arriving towards evening.

Steadier rain at night.

Freezing rain may fall for a time in the Adirondacks.

7 and 10 Day Forecast

A little bit of snow Thursday Morning…then milder and wet.

Later Friday-a push of breezy and much colder air-back to “Normal” January Weather-quiet for the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday.

Still now blasts of cold or big storms through next week.