Leftover light snow is stall falling this morning in the wake of the bigger, messy system from Saturday. These won’t amount to much, but they could make travel that much more difficult in areas that saw the worst of yesterday’s snow. Winter Storm Warnings remained in effect until noon for Hamilton and northern Herkimer counties.
Snow will taper off for the second half of the day, and high temperatures will wind up in the mid to upper 30’s for most.
Winds will also pick up, however. Gusts will top out anywhere from 30-40 miles per hour, with even higher measurements in the high spots of Bennington/Berkshire counties. Keep the wind chills in mind! Even though temps will rise above freezing, it won;t always feel like it.
Winds will ease up overnight, and a few more light snow showers could redevelop during Monday morning. Don’t expect a ton of new accumulation, and the activity should taper off again by the second half of the day.
Tuesday looks cool and quiet, then we’ll enter a more active and unsettled period later in the week. Flurries are possible on Wednesday and Friday, with some more substantial snow showers on Thursday.
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