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Snow Arrives by Late Afternoon and Continuing through Tonight

Lowering and thickening clouds through early afternoon followed by snow overspreading the region. Expect the snow to arrive in Albany by around 4-5 pm, sooner to south and later to the north. The evening commute will be impacted by this snowfall for areas along and south of Interstate-90 and the MASS Pike. Overnight tonight snow, steady and at times locally heavy will occur across most of the region. Expect the snow to begin to mix with sleet and freezing rain to the southeast of Albany with snow continuing elsewhere. Expect snow for the Friday morning commute. Snow may briefly mix or change to sleet and rain during the morning from Albany south and east but will likely change back to snow before ending by early Friday afternoon.

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