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Snow Transitions to Sleet and Freezing Rain Before Midnight - Slick Travel Expected

Snow is now underway across the region with a transition to sleet and freezing rain expected in most locations prior to midnight.  A general 2"-4" of snow accumluation is likely with pockets of 3"-6" in the southern Adirondacks, Lake George-Saratoga Region, Vermont, the Berkshires, and the Taconics prior to midnight with up to 0.10" of a glaze of icing on top of the snow.  The storm is a fast mover with the most if not all of the precipitation over by or shortly before daybreak.  Slow and slick travel conditions should be expected through the pre-dawn hours with much improved road conditions by the Wednesday morning commute.

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WRGB: The Birth of a Station
 
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June 7, 1973 - Women firefighters grow in numbers

Updated: Friday, August 2 2013, 09:17 PM EDT
On this day in our history back in 1973, what was being called the sexual revolution was coming to area fire departments.

The amount of women firefighters was on the rise, and their help was greatly needed.

73 was also the year of the first known female fire chief... That was in Oregon.June 7, 1973 - Women firefighters grow in numbers


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