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Thursday-
Partly Cloudy
25
10
0%
25
10
Partly Cloudy
Precipitation0%
Wind16mph WNW
Humidity56%
UVLow
Friday-
Partly Cloudy
28
18
10%
28
18
Partly Cloudy
Precipitation10%
Wind6mph S
Humidity63%
UVLow
Saturday-
Mostly Cloudy
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20%
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12
Mostly Cloudy
Precipitation20%
Wind16mph WNW
Humidity60%
UVLow
Sunday-
Partly Cloudy
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10%
30
20
Partly Cloudy
Precipitation10%
Wind4mph WNW
Humidity72%
UVLow
Monday-
PM Showers
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28
50%
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28
PM Showers
Precipitation50%
Wind6mph SSW
Humidity87%
UVLow
Tuesday-
Snow Showers
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27
50%
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27
Snow Showers
Precipitation50%
Wind10mph WSW
Humidity86%
UVLow
Wednesday-
Partly Cloudy
36
20
10%
36
20
Partly Cloudy
Precipitation10%
Wind18mph WNW
Humidity68%
UVLow
RIGHT NOW
Precipitation0%
Wind8mph WNW
Humidity71%
UVLow
Visibility10 miles
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Meteorologist Steve LaPointe

Update Time: 10:30 PM 12/13/2017

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DISCUSSION/ADVISORIES

A BRIEF PERIOD OF LIGHT SNOW LATE TONIGHT INTO EARLY THURSDAY FROM THE MOHAWK VALLEY – CAPITAL REGION AND SOUTHERN VERMONT ON SOUTH IS POSSIBLE
A fast moving clipper low will pass south of Long Island through Thursday morning brushing the region with some light snow. While it’s not completely certain how far north snow will make it into our area overnight with this system, current satellite and radar imagery suggest that we’ll see it at least briefly into the Mohawk valley, Capital Region and southern Vermont with areas the further south more likely to get it. A general coating to 1” of snow will be possible as it breaks out roughly between midnight and 3am and then pulls out by 9-10am Thursday. A few spots in Delaware, Ulster, Dutchess, and Litchfield counties could come in with 1”-2” based on what I’m seeing right now. It’s not much, but is enough to produce slick travel conditions as some of this snow will likely be falling during the morning drive, especially in areas south of the Capital Region. The system will clear out rapidly through the morning with partial sunshine, windy, and cold weather prevailing the remainder of the day. Winds, however, tomorrow, although strong and gusty, won’t be quite as strong as today with peak gusts generally running in the 30-35 mph range. Temperatures will only climb into the mid 20s for highs with wind chills ranging through the single digits on average through the day.

The next clipper system looks to track either over us or a little north from late Friday night through Saturday bringing our next chance at what looks to be snow showers at this point. Temperatures over the weekend won’t come up much with highs Saturday in the lower 30s, closer to 30 on Sunday.

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OVERNIGHT

Becoming mostly cloudy

Light snow developing between midnight and 3am, mainly for areas from the Mohawk valley, Capital Region, and southern Vermont on south

Cold

WIND: Becoming SW dropping to 5 mph

LOW: Mid teens

TOMORROW

Light snow early in the morning ending

Partial clearing

Windy

Cold

WIND: WNW 15-25 mph, gusts from 30-35 mph

HIGH: Mid 20s, wind chills ranging through the single digits

TOMORROW NIGHT

Mostly clear skies

Very cold

WIND: Westerly dropping to 5 mph

LOW: Near 10

FRIDAY

A mixture of sunshine and increasing afternoon cloudiness

A flurry or snow shower possible, otherwise generally dry

Cold

WIND: SW 5-10 mph

HIGH: Upper 20s

SATURDAY

Mostly cloudy skies

Snow showers likely

Cold

HIGH: 33

SUNRISE
07:18:53 am
SUNSET
04:22:30 pm

Today's Record Temperatures

Record High54
F
Record Low-1
F