After a day with lots of sunshine, light wind and temperatures in the 20s, temperatures have dropped like a stone.  Overnight lows will range from -5 to 5°.

A nice rebound for Thursday with sunshine to start the day.  Temperatures will rise rather quickly, into the low and middle 20s by noon.  A breeze will pick up with increasing clouds thereafter, however.  Light snow will break out to our west by sunset and head our way into the night, lasting through Friday morning.  As it looks, we could see a widespread 3-5 inch snowfall with some higher amounts in spots to the north of the Capital District. 

Once the snow tapers off into Friday afternoon, it will windy and very cold thereafter with arctic air spilling Friday night and staying into the weekend, especially Saturday.

As of now, elements do not look to come together to bring us another dose of snow late Sunday into Monday.  It's still early, though.  We'll keep you posted.

Have a great Thursday-

Jason Gough

Jason Gough, Meteorologist
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Jason Caterina, Meteorologist
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Neal Estano, Meteorologist
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23° | 3°
  • Feels like: 6° F
  • Wind: 0mph
  • Humidity: 67%