The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologist Steve Caporizzo.

The Weather Pattern is changing big time. Temps today were 15-20 degrees cooler this afternoon than 24 hours ago. It is going to feel more like December, and may look more like December by the end of the weekend. The mild weather will be gone for the next 7-10 days at least.

Latest Surface Maps

Colder air moving in with a Large High Pressure to our north.

This will deflect the moisture south of us out to sea-so dry/chilly through Saturday.

The Storm now on the West Coast moves EAST-and this will likely give us some snow Sunday afternoon into Sunday night.


Dry/chilly air pours in for the next 24 hours as a Large High Pressure moves across Central Quebec and drains in a wedge of cold/dry air.

This will hold strong into Saturday-keeping moisture well to our south.

The Next 48 Hours

Basically Chilly and Dry Weather…..


Threat for some snow continues Sunday afternoon/Night.

All the models show at least some light snow here—arriving Mid day/Early afternoon.

They do vary on the amount and the northern extent.

Here is one of the models we look at-just be prepared at this point.

Update Before the news

on the threat for Snow Sunday afternoon-the threat has increased from 24 hours ago. Click on the video

So Far in December—

Today we broke 50 again-the third straight day in Albany.

The official high was 51.

7 and 10 Day forecast.

Back to typical December Weather for sure.

For the next 7-10 Days….Near normal or slightly below normal temps.

There is the chance at a bit of snow Sunday afternoon/night, and then another storm threat later Thursday into Friday