The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologist Steve Caporizzo & Rob Lindenmuth

Overnight-skies are clear…..calm…and snow cover…Temps have dropped into the single digits in many location…Some spots will be near zero by daybreak.

Check out the month of January….running close to 5 degrees below normal. These are the High Temps.

Latest Surface Maps……High Pressure will be in control for 2 more days….in fact, a Nice little warm-up-esp Wednesday-Temps breaking 40.The Arctic Cold will sag south Thursday….as that Storm in the SW heads east and picks up moisture from the Gulf of Mexico. It will get messy here Thursday….and esp Thu night/Friday with snow and ice.

FUTURECAST……High Pressure moves off the coast for the next 24-48hrs…this means milder weather-esp on Wednesday-and dry weather. A cold front will slowly sag south over us Thursday and Thu night-with much colder air. A battle zone will set up with significant Snow-Sleet and Fr. Rain. Will keep you updated.

NOT A good Set up at all

Significant snow and ice. Arctic air shifting south…..warm air over running this cold air near the surface. Expect light rain/mix to break out for Thursday-Snow across the Adirondacks. By Thu night-we may be looking at a large area of sleet and Fr. Rain…..transitioning to snow on Friday. Right now-Heavy snowfall is most likely north of the Mohawk Valley….with snow and significant ice as you head south.

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THURSDAY into Friday.

High Impact Weather Day.

Too early for any numbers….but here is what we know.

A tremendous amount of moisture will set up along and Arctic Front Thu-into Fri….The colder air sags southward by Thu night.

We may be looking at Heavy Snow north of albany…with heavy ice through the Mohawk Valley/Capital Region….transitioning to snow.

It will start early Thursday…more than likely light rain in the capital Region and a mix north.

The changeover will occur by late afternoon into the evening from north to south.

7 and 10 Day Forecast……A break from the cold for two days…..Then a significant storm with a mix ed…potentially some heavier snow and ice Thu into Friday…After the storm-another shot of cold air.