If you don’t have to be on the roads, stay home! Up to two feet have fallen… and more will come down today! The snowfall reports below were current as of noon Monday:
While crews have been able to keep the highways and main roads passable, it will be difficult to get out of your neighborhood without 4 wheel drive. Driveways may be plowed in as well, so factor in extra time to shovel out!
Some spots southeast of Albany could make it to the mid 30’s, but we’re so cold above ground level that most everything should fall as snow.
After light snow this morning, things are picking up. We’ll see on and off heavy snow through the second half of the day.
West of Albany, snow will have ended by late Monday evening. East of town, we could see the flakes flying into early Tuesday morning.
When you add in additional snowfall through Tuesday morning, final snow totals will push 2 feet in many areas. We expect the most snow in an area from the Catskills into Albany and Schenectady Counties. Portions of the northern Berkshires and southern Green Mountains could also approach 2 feet of snow.
Expect cold, but quieter weather for the rest of the week. A few flurries or light snow showers are possible Wednesday through Saturday, with highs in the 30’s and lows close to 20.