Latest Forecast Update from Meteorologists Steve Caporizzo:

The Sot of cold air poured in on those strong WNW winds. Once again-the core of the cold will only last about 24 hours. The more significant thing-a bigger storm threat is very possible Monday night into Tuesday.

The cold air is pouring in on strong WNW winds.

Many places having wind gust over 40mph today.

They will drop off later this evening.

Latest Surface Maps

A blast of Cold air continues to pour in on Gusty WNW winds….

High Pressure moves over us tonight/Tomorrow morning….then a weak disturbance in the Mid West-heads east-no a lot of moisture, but snow showers will be likely (coating-1″)…..By the way….that storm off the CA Coast is the storm that will impact us Mon night/Tuesday. Needs to be watched.

TONIGHT: Flurries early in spots….Gradual clearing late-Very cold0-Diminishing winds.

SATURDAY: Clouding up-snow showers-Cold-but less wind.

Coating to an inch.

OK…Still a long ways away

Just want to give you the heads up.

Most of our computer models for the second straight day are in agreement on a significant storm Monday night into Tuesday.

The key will be the secondary storm development on the coast-How fast and how strong. We will keep you updated. Looks cold enough for mostly snow-but that is as of right now. Stay tuned.

7 and 10 Day Forecast

Quick blast of cold….then we get a little bit of snow for Saturday-A Cold day….

Sunday temps moderate-then all eyes will be on a significant storm moving into the Mid-West-High Threat now of snow arriving Monday evening into Tuesday-Obviously the storm is still off the CA Coast-so there is time to work on the specifics and details over the next 2 days.

Do you Remember ?

Check this out.

6 years ago today.

Albany had it’s warmest Winter Temp Ever !

It reached 74.

These are two graphics during our late afternoon news…..Crazy !