By: WNYT First Warning Weather Team
We hit a high on Friday of 37°, the first day above freezing since February 24th. The March sunshine felt good, despite a persistent light breeze.
Skies will stay mainly clear overnight and as such, temperatures will drop off to the middle and upper teens with just a light breeze from the southeast.
We'll start Saturday off with some sunshine but as a cold front heads our way, clouds will thicken up ahead of it. We'll have a few rain/snow showers, mainly west and northwest of the Capital District, along with highs in the middle and upper 30s to low 40s.
Skies will clear out a bit Saturday night before clouds return during the day on Sunday. It'll be breezy and cooler with highs in the low 30s.
Another front will bring snow showers our way late Sunday night into Monday, with Monday's highs in the middle 30s.
Computer models are hinting at the possibility for a more substantial/widespread snow late Wednesday into Thursday. The key word is possibility; we'll continue to track things closely in the coming days.
Have a great weekend-