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FIRST WARNING FORECAST

Clouds will stick around as we get through the overnight hours.  We'll keep a light breeze too, which means our temperatures won't drop off much past the middle 40s.

For Friday, a little warm front will lift its way north through our area.  In doing so, it'll bring a few showers with it, especially north of the Capital District.  As that front moves north, areas from the Capital District on south will break out into a little sunshine as a southerly breeze picks up; highs will be in the low and middle 60s.  Areas to the north will keep the clouds around, thus temps from the Adirondacks down to Saratoga-ish will be in the low and middle 50s.

Saturday will be quite a day, especially for February in these parts.  We'll start the day off in the upper 40s to middle 50s, climbing into the 60s once again.  It'll be a windy day, especially after the lunch hour, as a cold front drops down.  That front will bring a shot of some heavy rain, along with some thunder and some gusty winds.

Behind that front, temperatures will drop off quite a bit into early Sunday.  It'll be a blustery day, with temps starting in the 30s and staying there through the day, along with a few lake effect snow showers.

Into the new work week, Monday will be in the 30s but we'll make another run at 50 by mid week with some rain showers in the forecast to open up the month of March.

Have a great Friday-

Jason Gough

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