Latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologists Steve Caporizzo, Tim Drawbridge, and Rob Lindenmuth

Late Night Weather UPDATE 1130pm. The track of the storm slightly east….so we have shifted the bands of snow slightly east-right to the Hudson Valley. Remember…higher totals above 1,000 feet….the HIGHEST totals above 1500 feet.

VERY Strong winds-not heavy snow has knocked out power-esp to the north…Saratoga County up to 3,000 homes.

Winter Storm WARNINGS posted for many areas west of I-87…. Wind ADVISORY posted for the Taconics, Berkshires, and Bennington County for gusts to 50 mph….

Updated Snowfall…1030pmTrack of the Coastal Storm is about 50 miles east……as a result: We have shifted the bands slightly east towards the Hudson River…looks like just west of the river an inch or two, and it will go up fast after that….to 6-10″ at elevations of 1500 feet or great. The intensity of the snowfall will pick up dramatically and come down heavy through 6am…esp west of Albany and in some of the Higher Elev. of the Taconics and Berkshires/Vermont.

The Futurecast show snow / rain arriving mid evening…. will change to snow in the valleys for a 2-3 hour period of time around / after Midnight…. back to rain pre-dawn…. quickly diminishes mid-morning…..

We’ll be able to “dry-out” and brighten a smidge on Tuesday…. and we’ll continue to “trend back to normal” the rest of the week….