The snow will arrive in two phases. Light snow overnight tonight into Friday morning with a general area of 1-2" through much of the immediate Capital District. The snow will move out by mid to late morning. Round 2 arrives Saturday afternoon and evening with a steadier and heavier snow expected overnight Saturday into midday Sunday. The will be a SIGNIFICANT storm across much of the northeast on Sunday. Heavy snowfall in addition to a region of sleet/freezing rain to rain (along the coast). By Sunday afternoon strong winds and additional snow will result in considerable blowing and drifting. Widespread snow fall amounts of a foot or more is likely to the north and west of Albany with the potential for some sleet to mix in to the south and southeast. Bitterly cold air will move in behind the storm as it pulls away Sunday night and the snow will taper off. Temperatures will plunge below zero Sunday night with wind chills dropping to -30 or colder. Highs Monday will be in the single digits with wind chills of -20 to -40.