Winter Weather Advisory Issued For Many Parts Of Upstate New York
Many parts of Upstate New York may see their first snowfall of the season.
Winter is coming! Many parts of Upstate New York are under a Winter Weather Advisory.
Winter Weather Advisory Issued For Upstate New York
Parts of the Upper Hudson Valley, the Capital Region and Catskills are under a Winter Weather Advisory
The National Weather Service out of Albany issued a Winter Winter Weather Advisory. According to our records, this is the first Winter Winter Weather Advisory issued by the National Weather Service Albany since late last winter.
"Our first widespread wintry mix is expected late Wednesday night into Thursday morning, with locally slippery travel conditions possible on untreated ground surfaces for the Thursday AM commute, especially across some higher elevations," the National Weather Service wrote on Facebook.
The Winter Winter Weather Advisory was issued at 3:30 a.m. on Wednesday. It runs from 9 p.m. this evening and lasts until 10 a.m. on Thursday.
Mohawk Valley, Schoharie Valleys, eastern Catskills, Herkimer County, northern Fulton County, southern Saratoga County, southern Washington County, northern Rensselaer County and southern Berkshire County
Precipitation will begin as a period of snow and sleet late Wednesday evening. Snow and sleet will transition to freezing rain overnight, into the early hours of Thursday.
The freezing rain will then change to plain rain on Thursday morning, according to the National Weather Service.
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