The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologist Steve Caporizzo.

On this Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the weather cooperated. It was chilly and dry-with not much winds. The next couple of days, a little bit of light precip, and then a more active weather pattern setting up for the next 7-10 days. A Storm on Thursday, and then again on Monday.

Latest Surface Maps

Large Storm east of New England…and a storm heading up into the Great Lakes….in between a wedge of clear weather.

Storm to the west will spread clouds here Tuesday-and a few showers/Mix precip north.

Then just clouds behind this.

The storm out west will be more significant with a wintery mix of Thursday.


Storm East of New England slowly heads eastward…..our dry wedge closes up as a weak storm to the west tracks north of us. A few scattered showers with this…and a light mix for the Adirondacks.

On Wednesday-there will still be a lot of clouds but mostly dry. Best chance of a snow shower will be in the Adirondacks.

Heads Up

Winter Weather Advisory in effect beginning Noon Tuesday til 7am Wednesday for the Adirondacks.

Light Mixed precip-Coating to an inch….and a glaze of ice is possible.

TONIGHT: P.cloudy East-Mostly Clear West/Chilly

TOMORROW: Bec. Mostly cloudy….Scattered afternoon showers-light mix Adirondacks.

7 and 10 Day Forecast.

Actually a More Active week weatherwise.

Weak system moves in tomorrow and Wednesday for a lot of clouds, but not a lot of precip.

Watch for a light mix tomorrow up north.

Thursday-as stronger system may give us a wintry mix….and break for the weekend. Then another storm possible on Monday and Wednesday next week.