Latest Storm Tracker Forecast by Meteorologists Steve Caporizzo, Rob Lindenmuth, and Tim Drawbridge
Latest surface analysis shows the system passing by to our south…. heading out to sea….
high pressure builds in but for only Wednesday….
elements coming together for the storm system for Wednesday night – Thursday….
and, the cold air is starting to head south…. for the end of the week….
Things slowly improve tonight…. as skies become partly cloudy late overnight – pre-dawn hours of Wednesday…. overnight lows will be in the teens and lower 20s up north and near 30 in Albany….
and, it’ll be partly sunny and a bit breezy tomorrow / Wednesday….
Here’s the deal for Wednesday night – Thursday….
Snow breaks out 10pm Wednesday – Midnight….
look for a transition to sleet / freezing rain across out Southern Counties toward the Thursday AM Commute….
then a transition to rain across the Southern Counties come Thursday morning….
Right now, this is what we’re thinking will accumulate snow-wise….
Here’s your “official” Forecast for TONIGHT….
for TOMORROW / THURSDAY….
FRIGID air for Valentine’s Day – Saturday…. Temps moderate for Sunday – Monday….