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7 DAY FORECAST
HOURLY
39
Overcast
Tuesday-
Rain
49
29
100%
49
29
Rain
Precipitation100%
Wind8mph SSW
Humidity86%
UVLow
Wednesday-
Partly Cloudy
32
12
0%
32
12
Partly Cloudy
Precipitation0%
Wind18mph WNW
Humidity54%
UVLow
Thursday-
Sunny
28
6
0%
28
6
Sunny
Precipitation0%
Wind16mph WNW
Humidity46%
UVLow
Friday-
Sunny
32
24
0%
32
24
Sunny
Precipitation0%
Wind6mph WSW
Humidity37%
UVLow
Saturday-
Partly Cloudy
43
33
20%
43
33
Partly Cloudy
Precipitation20%
Wind11mph S
Humidity60%
UVLow
Sunday-
Showers
46
26
50%
46
26
Showers
Precipitation50%
Wind8mph SW
Humidity80%
UVLow
Monday-
Rain/Snow
35
17
40%
35
17
Rain/Snow
Precipitation40%
Wind11mph WNW
Humidity72%
UVLow
RIGHT NOW
Precipitation90%
Wind6mph SSE
Humidity86%
UVLow
Visibility3 miles
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100%
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Latest Weathercast

WEATHERCAST

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Latest Forecast


Meteorologist Steve LaPointe

Update Time: 10:00 PM 1/22/2018

NEW WEATHER PHONE NUMBER: 518-381-4944 – CALL FOR AN AUDIO FORECAST

DISCUSSION/ADVISORIES

ICY CONDITIONS IN THE MOHAWK VALLEY, ADIRONDACKS, LAKE GEORGE-SARATOGA REGION AND VERMONT EASING AS TEMPERATURES CLIMB OVERNIGHT - RENEWED FLOODING POSSIBLE DUE TO ICE JAMS ON AREA RIVERS AND STREAMS TUESDAY INTO WEDNESDAY
Temperatures in colder pockets in the Mohawk valley, Adirondacks, Lake George-Saratoga region and Vermont will hover close to freezing well into the pre-dawn hours of Tuesday with slow warming expected into the morning. Some additional glazing is likely due to patchy freezing drizzle in those spots with sub-freezing temperatures which will continue to cause untreated surface to be slick. Use caution on sidewalks, parking lots, and when traveling on secondary roads tonight.

CLICK HERE FOR THE CBS6 GLAZING ZONE MAP

TUESDAY – MODERATE TO HEAVY RAIN EVENT
Expect rain to quickly develop across the region during the early to mid morning on Tuesday. Rainfall could be briefly moderate to heavy at times into the early afternoon before tapering to showers and ending through the afternoon. A quick half inch to an inch of rain is likely with some terrain favored areas likely coming in with an inch and a half. Temperatures will briefly spike well into the 40s to lower 50s before dropping some during the afternoon. The combined effects of runoff from the rain and snow melt will cause water rises on the rivers and streams. Where ice jams have been in place, those jams could break lose, flow, and then jam again causing new flooding. Flooding due to ice jams can occur in a matter of minutes. If you live in an area prone to flooding due to river ice jams, have an action plan now and be prepared to get away from the water should flooding develop.

Colder weather will return Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday associated with high pressure and dry conditions. Windy conditions are likely Wednesday with lighter winds both Thursday and Friday

CLICK HERE FOR THE NWS FLOOD ALERT COUNTY OUTLINE MAP

OVERNIGHT

Murky with areas of drizzle and fog

Pockets of freezing drizzle in the Mohawk valley, Adirondacks, Lake George-Saratoga region and Vermont

Temperatures gradually climbing

WIND: Becoming ESE 5-10 mph

TEMPS: Climbing through the 30s and into the low 40s by daybreak

TOMORROW

Rain, briefly moderate to heavy at times through the early afternoon

Rain tapering to showers and ending during the afternoon

WIND: SSW 10-15 mph, much stronger gusts to 40 mph possible in higher elevation locations during the morning

HIGH: 45-50

TOMORROW NIGHT

Scattered snow showers in the Adirondacks and Mohawk valley, otherwise partial clearing

Windy

Colder

WIND: Westerly 15-25 mph, gusts to 30 mph

LOW: Upper 20s

WEDNESDAY

Mostly sunny skies

Windy

Cold

WIND: WNW 15-25 mph, gusts to 35 mph

HIGH: 32

THURSDAY

Sunny skies

Cold

Dry

HIGH: 28

SUNRISE
07:18:32 am
SUNSET
04:57:12 pm

Today's Record Temperatures

Record High55
F
Record Low-20
F