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Slick Roads Overnight As Steadier Snow Tapers Off - Still Some Occasional Light Snow

A weak area of low pressure that has been producing mainly light snow this evening will push farther away from the region as we work into the late night hours. The steady,  light snow will be tapering to more scattered areas of light snow, with only minimal additional accumulations for the overnight hours. Still, expect slow and slick travel conditions to be around for the duration of the night.  Most areas have seen from 1-3" of snowfall. Lingering flurries will be around into Monday morning.


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June 11, 1969 - Summer Skiing in Adirondacks

Updated: Friday, August 2 2013, 09:17 PM EDT

On this day in 1969, Reporter Dick Beach out doing something you don't see every day-- skiing in mid-June!

This was on top of prospect mountain in the adirondacks since it was 85 degrees out. There wasn't any real snow, so they used a new type of green and yellow bristly rings that beach said made you feel like you were really on the "white stuff."

It was beach's first ever snow skiing lesson.

June 11, 1969 - Summer Skiing in Adirondacks

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