A strong cold front is arriving in albany at midnight…moving east. Heavier train will gradually taper off and the winds wil lbe picking up during the early morning hours.
Saturday….skies will end up mostly cloudy and really not much of a temperature rise…holding in the mid to upper 40s. Winds could gust 40-45mph from the WNW. Some of the higher elevations of the Adirondacks and Western New England may have a few rain and wet snow showers.
By Sunday…another storm moving across the Mid West arrives. This storm will not have a lot of moisture with it, but just enough for a period of rain and wet snow Sunday…arriving by mid morning…tapering off by 3-4pm.
This will be mainly rain for valley locations, though a few wet flakes may mix it. At elevations above 1500ft, east and west of the Hudson Valley-Wet snow or mixed precip is likely. When you get up over 2,000 feet, it will likely be all wet snow with some slushy accumulations. (See Snow Map)
By Monday, this is long gone….and we wil lhave a break before more showers arrive Monday night into Tuesday. Definitely not the best weather pattern.
Have a Great Weekend