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|Meteorologist: Steve LaPointe
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Last Updated: Friday, February 27, 2015 9:45:34 PM
LIGHT TO LOCALLY MODERATE SNOW STORM - SUNDAY EVENING THROUGH EARLY MONDAY MORNING.
A weak area of low pressure will track over or just south of the region Sunday night bringing a light to locally moderate regional snowfall. At this time it would appear snow will begin developing in areas west of the Hudson valley late Sunday afternoon, spreading east throughout the remainder of the region through the evening. Like the snow storm last weekend, terrain will once again influence snow accumulations with the Mohawk valley, southern Adirondacks, Vermont and the Berkshires as well as the higher terrain in the Catskills favored for snow accumulations which in spots could range from 3"-6". In the Capital Region, where downsloping is likely, lighter accumulations of 1"-3" will likely be more common. These are early call numbers so check back through the weekend for updates on this forecast. Snowfall should exit the region during the early morning time frame on Monday.
Wind: Westerly 5 mph
Sunrise: 6:33 AM
Low: 0 to -5, -10 to -15 in the Adirondacks and colder spots in VT
Wind: West 5-10 mph
Sunset: 5:43 PM
Clear skies early at night.
Increasing high clouds late at night.
Very cold once again.
Wind: Light and variable
Low: -5 to +5
Morning sunshine followed by increasing afternoon cloudiness.
Light snow likely in areas west of the Hudson valley by the late afternoon with light snow spreading across the entire region through the evening.
Wind: Southerly 5-10 mph
Light snow or snow showers ending during the early to mid morning.
Some sunny breaks developing during the afternoon.
High: Lower to mid 30s