Latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologists Steve Caporizzo & Tim Drawbridge

You’ll either be “under” a Wind Chill Advisory or a Wind Chill Warning from later tomorrow / Friday into Saturday…. as wind chill feels like values will generally be as cold as -20° to -40°….

Surface analysis shows the Arctic Air lurking…. cold front moves thru pre-dawn…. deep freeze / dangerous cold Friday night – Saturday…. as the system in the Pacific Northwest is the storm for us Sunday night – Monday….

And, regarding the latest for Sunday’s storm…. still WAY TOO EARLY for specifics on timing / amounts…. secondary development will obviously take place…. but there will be a STRONG easterly flow…. so we’ll be talking about upslope / precip accentuation vs. downslope / lower precip amounts….

Futurecast shows the Arctic Boundary moving thru very early Friday…. then we’ll increase the sunshine and the wind….

forecast high temperatures will occur early to mid morning…. mid & upper teens in the Adirondacks…. lower 30s south & east of Albany

a FRIGID day come Saturday…. FOR SURE…. high temps only in the single digits & teens….

Here’s your forecast for Tonight & Tomorrow / Friday….

With the deep freeze on the way…. the consolation will be a nice amount of sunshine over the weekend…. as we track the incoming storm for Sunday night – Monday….