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Light to Locally Moderate Snow Storm Starting Sunday PM - Ending Early Monday

A weak area of low pressure will cross the region from late Sunday through early Monday morning bringing a period of accumulating snow which will begin as some light and spotty snow on Sunday afternoon. A steadier snow will develop through the evening and into Sunday night. Expect slow and slick travel conditions Sunday night with variable snow accumulations ranging from 1"-3 in the Capital Region to as much as 5"-7" in terrain favored areas in the Adirondacks, Lake George-Saratoga Region, Vermont and Berkshire County.

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August 6, 1968 - Hudson river cleanup

Updated: Tuesday, August 6 2013, 05:52 AM EDT
On this day in our history in 1966, we were on the Hudson off north Troy for the christening of the 3rd member of the RPI navy: the water watch. It was baptized with distilled water.

The boat was outfitted with sophisticated instruments and sent to Lake George, which was one of the cleanest lakes, to study how pollution starts in an effort to clean dirtier waterways, like the Hudson. August 6, 1968 - Hudson river cleanup


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