The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologist Steve Caporizzo.

Well at least it was an easier day to deal with today. Briefly hit 40 early today before the winds picked yup and colder air moved in. Quite a few light snow showers and flurries moved through today. Winds at times gusted over 30mph. This colder air will not last too long-but the Long Range shows a different story for sure.

Last Night as the storm tracked to our west.

STRONG SE winds blew across the Berkshires/Southern Vermont and the Taconic Hills.

These winds blew over the top of Albany-and we did not feel them in the valley.

Despite the lack of any real big storms locally-Check out the snowfall for the season and the breakdown by month-We are not that far from normal at this point in the Capital Region.

Obviously there has been more snow north….and less as you go south down the Hudson Valley.

Latest Surface Maps.

Big storm over the Canadian Maritimes-bringing down windy and chilly weather with flurries and snow showers…

This storm pulls east…but behind it not a lot of dry air.

A weak system in the Northern Plains comes through late Fri night/Early Sat-with some flurries.

Still not too cold for this time of year.

TONIGHT: Flurries/Light Snow showers….then M.Cloudy late tonight.

FRIDAY: Clouds/Breaks of sun-chilly-but less wind. There could be a stray flurry.

7 and 10 Day Forecast

Definitely some changes in the weather pattern towards much colder air eventually making it in here.

Fairly quiet weather for the next week-really don’t see much than some flurries or snow showers….

8-14 Day Outlook…..

No doubt about it…the pattern looks quite a bit colder-esp days 7 through 10….

Been a while.

But it’s coming-plenty of cold air still in Canada.