The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from meteorologists Steve Caporizzo & Rob Lindenmuth:

Officially 10.1″ of snow for Albany

We are now slightly ahead for the season-after a VERY VERY slow start-the last 3-4 weeks of course the pattern changed to stormy and the end result we made up a lot of ground.

In that period in the hills west of Albany at my house I had 52″ of snow.

Quite the storm for many this afternoon, especially outside of the Hudson Valley where many picked up 2 to 3 feet of snow, with snow still coming down in Western New England, it is entirely possible that some will end up with 40″+!

Roads will still remain slick for some tonight, however, conditions will continue to improve through the night into Wednesday morning. Now we will be turning our attention to gusty winds that will likely be developing overnight tonight and into the day on Wednesday. Power outages are still an issue for many in eastern New York and Western New England, we are not anticipating many more, but with a gusty wind this could complicate things for some, especially where they saw much more snowfall.

The storm is pulling away, high pressure is building in and this will create a tighter pressure gradient which is what will bring the gustier winds overnight and through the day on Wednesday. This may be accompanied by some moisture which could bring some additional light snow or flurries, mainly early on on Wednesday.

Futurecast shows the storm pulling away by Wednesday morning with mostly cloudy skies and a few leftover snow showers, mainly to the east of Albany.

Futurecast is also very optimistic on breaks of sunshine through Wednesday afternoon, however we do think it will remain mostly cloudy, perhaps a break or two of sunshine for late afternoon and evening. Temperatures will remain on the cool side for mid March with temperatures warming into the mid to upper 30s.

We look ahead to the end of the week and we will be gradually warming into the low 40s with an increased risk for rain showers for Friday. Melting will be gradual until the rain arrives on Friday with temperatures warming perhaps into the mid 40s by Saturday. Have a great night! -Cap & Rob