Latest Forecast Update from Meteorologist Steve Caporizzo:
A fast moving storm will sweep by on Wednesday, with very limited moisture, but just enough to give many areas a burst of snow and snow showers. The steadiest will likely be across the Adirondacks Wednesday.
Surface Maps….Cold high Pressure over us today-with Stubborn clouds that stuck around.To the West…milder air streaming into the Great Lakes-as the warm front approaches, a band of light snow/snow showers…..this heads on by quickly …and starting Thursday-the milder air out west arrives.
FUTURECAST……..Milder air heading in from the Great Lakes tries to push into New York and New England.A warm front will produce a burst of snow showers or light snow…..morning through early afternoon.A weak cool front arrives towards evening….but actually behind this system, temps will moderate into the 40s.
TONIGHT: Mostly Cloudy….Cold….Snow showers dev by daybreak..esp west of Albany
WEDNESDAY: Snow showers-Steadier snow Adirondacks and Mountains of Vermont
Snowfall…Not a Big Storm….but some roads may get a bit slick….esp north and west of Albany….Here is the breakdown.
7-Day Forecast…..After this little storm moves by…..milder air moves in for the end of the week into the Weekend.Have to watch Tuesday next week…some of the models show a storm threat…then again later Thursday into Friday on the 10-Day Forecast.