Expect some sunshine to start off today then clouds move in with light snow Saturday night. The snow will be caused by a a storm system that will move rapidly east-northeast from off the Virginia Coast to the south of the New England coast by early Sunday morning. The snowfall will be short-lived about 6-9 hours in duration starting late Saturday evening and ending in most places before sunrise Sunday. Amounts will be very light along and north of a Mohawk River-Capital District-Southern Vermont line where we are forecasting a dusting to perhaps as much as 1-3" inches. In general the farther one is to the north and west of Albany the lighter your snow accumulations. South of the above mentioned line you can expect 3-5"
Look for a return to sunshine on Sunday. The for Monday through Wed a surge of warmth will move in. We should see temperatures well into the 50s and 60 or a bit above is very possible on Tuesday and Wednesday. The week will start dry but Tuesday and Wednesday will be wet with occasional showers. the combination of rainfall and the warm temperatures will cause snow melt and possible shifting of ice jams on area rivers and streams. This could cause some flooding issues. We'll keep and eye on things and update as needed of course.
Have a great weekend!