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Morning: FREEZING..Clear..Upper-20s/Low-30s..Light Winds
Evening: COLD..Clear..Low-50s after Sunset
Overnight: NEAR FREEZING..Clear..Upper-30s
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CBS6 Area Forecast
Meteorologist Chris Silveri
Last Updated:12/13/2013 12:54:44 PM
|Weather Advisories: MODERATE TO HEAVY SNOW STORM FOR THE REGION THIS WEEKEND|
Two areas of low pressure will bring snow to the region over the weekend resulting in the first widespread accumulation of the season. At this time it appears the highest probabilities favor a moderate general snowfall of roughly 5"-10" with some areas falling below 4" and others 10+ due to localized terrain effects.
A light nuisance type snow will likely break out from the late morning on Saturday continuing through the afternoon with very light accumulations by the late afternoon. The steadiest snow will fall as a fast moving low pressure system zips south of New England from Saturday evening through early Sunday morning, possibly as much as an inch per hour. The bulk of the snow accumulation will fall during this time with snow becoming much lighter and more intermittent through the early to mid afternoon on Sunday and then ending. A period of sleet is possible for a time late Saturday night and early Sunday over the Berkshires and mid Hudson valley which if it materializes would have the impact of cutting down snow accumulations in those regions.
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|This Afternoon: Snow showers moving south as colder and windier conditions settle into the area |
Wind: WNW 15-25 mph, gusts to 30 mph, Wind chills : zero or below
Sunset: 4:22:00 PM
High: 20s, dropping into the 10s by the late afternoon
|Tonight: Increasing cloudiness Cold Flurries/ scattered snow shower towards daybreak not as windy |
Wind: Decreasing to NNE 5 mph
|Tomorrow: Cloudy, very cold Nuisance light snow breaking out during the morning and continuing through the afternoon Light accumulations of an 1"-3" or so by the late afternoon/evening |
Wind: ENE 10 mph
|Tomorrow Night: A steadier more persistent accumulating snow Snowfall rates of an inch per hour are possible Some sleet could mix in south and east of the Capital Region, this would hold down snowfall totals in this area A 5"-10" of snow is likely throughout the area Temps hold steady |
Low: Around 20
|Sunday: Snow early in the morning tapering off and ending through the morning and early afternoon A general moderate accumulation of roughly 4"-8" appears likely at this time any sleet could hold totals down a bit though |
High: Mid to upper 20s
|Monday: Mostly sunny Dry Still cold |