Latest Storm Tracker Forecast by Meteorologists Steve Caporizzo, Matt Mackie, and Tim Drawbridge
In the immediate Capital Region…. rain – could be heavy – comes in overnight…. with an increase in wind…. lows will be in the mid and upper 30s into the lower 40s…. lows will be mainly this evening as temps rise a few degrees overnight….
Part 1 of the storm system deals with the large-scale storm system strengthening as it tracks pretty much over us / just to our west….
look for rain and wind to increase heading into the overnight period….
with a change-over to snow in the Adirondacks toward the Tughill….
some accumulation in the high terrain of the Greens….
Also, don’t forget we have a Wind ADVISORY only posted for the Taconics, Northern Berkshires, and the Southern Greens right now…. and, only for later tonight into Thursday morning….
We all deal with more significant wind later Thursday into Friday….
Part 2 of the storm involved some localized effects…. based on how the strong winds blow against the orientation of the high terrain….
Blizzard Conditions for the Adirondacks back toward the Tughill….
with another 2 to 3 FEET of snow…. on top of what we see your way tonight into Thursday morning….
Here’s your Forecast for TONIGHT….
for TOMORROW / THURSDAY….
Windy and chilly Friday…. seasonably chilly over the weekend…. temps moderate back into the mid and upper 40s again mid-week next week….