The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologist Steve Caporizzo and Rob Lindenmuth.
The stage is set for the first widespread snowfall of the season. COLD air is now locked in…Very Cold tonight. Two storms approach tomorrow night-Snowe will dev. in all areas later at night and then transition to a mix from south to north by daybreak Wednesday.
Sorry in advance….Not a real big storm…but a reminder Winter is coming…a light to moderate snow-esp Albany North and west-Begins later tomorrow night. This is right on schedule for our first average snowfall of 1″ or more. Winter Weather Advisories are posted.
Latest Surface Maps….The stage is set up for the snow and mix. Cold air draining in now…Very cold night before the two storms approach. The Storm #2-The coastal will be the one taking over by Wednesday Morning.
Latest Futurecast…..Dry and cold through tomorrow-not a bad at all. Snow arrives 8-10pm Tuesday night.Some mixing will likely take place Albany/Mohawk Valley-south and east. Mostly all snow north.The Storm will wind down by mid afternoon Wednesday.
TONIGHT: A VERY Cold night-M.Clear….TUESDAY: Dry-Morning sun-then increasing clouds. The Snow arrives 8-10pm.
Here is the potential Snowfall Map……All snow at the onset 8-10pm tomorrow night…Then a gradual mix lifting slowly north to the Capital Region/Mohawk Valley…To the north-esp the Southern Adirondacks, mainly snow…these areas could see around 6″.The AM Commute will be a mess in most places….so plan on extra time.