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Significant Snow Storm Sunday Night Through Monday

A significant snow storm will impact the region beginning late this evening and continuing through Monday.  Snow will become heavy at times after midnight and through Monday morning with snowfall rates of 1"-2" per hour.  This will lead to very poor travel conditions overnight and through much of the day on Monday.  Snow will become lighter Monday afternoon, but will likely not end until the evening.  Total snowfall accumulations for most regions look to reach 8"-14".


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July 10, 1968 - Air traffic concerns

Updated: Friday, August 2 2013, 09:17 PM EDT
On this day in 1968, concern about busy airports and space between aircraft when they takeoff and land.

Air traffic controllers nationwide announced they weren't going to allow cheating on the spacing to accommodate schedules.

The local union rep at the time said Albany travelers were impacted by this.

Albany didn't have the same type of problems larger airports had... But it was busy back then, averaging 500 flights a day.
July 10, 1968 - Air traffic concerns

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