Latest Forecast from Meteorologist Steve Caporizzo, Tim Drawbridge, Rob Lindenmuth and Christina Erne
Another chilly overnight as we head into Thursday morning with mostly cloudy skies, this out ahead of an area of low pressure to our west which will move in for the morning and afternoon hours.
A band of snow showers looks to develop Thursday morning which could bring minor disruptions to the morning commute..
The snow showers look to diminish around noon time, however a few flurries will still be flying… Minimal accumulation is expected but some locations could see close to an inch of snowfall when all is said and done.
By dinner time most of the snow flurry and shower activity look to be out of the region and we begin to dry out…
In terms of temperatures we look to remain on the chilly side, our average is 37, we are going for an even freezing through Thursday afternoon for Albany. Outlying areas will range in the upper 20’s to near 30 degrees.
Then our attention turns to a developing system for Friday night into Saturday… A system now over Montana will join with developing moisture in Mexico and will track to the northeast.
Latest model guidance has trended this system further south for us heading into Friday night into Saturday. So Albany south and east look to turn wet heading into Friday night, however, everyone will be fair game for at least a few showers.
Have a great night. -Cap, Tim, Rob and Christina.