Here’s Your Latest Storm Tracker Forecast from News10 Meteorologist Kaitlin Wright
Areas in higher elevations across the Adirondacks may continue to see light scattered snow showers going into the later parts of the evening. For most of us – High pressure continues to dominate the area tonight and tomorrow bringing us partly cloudy skies for Sunday with the high in the low 40s.
We will continue to closely watch an intense area of low pressure that will be tracking up the east coast and will be creeping up on the New England coast late on Monday. Most models have the storm just east of us late Monday into Tuesday, therefore, snow chances for the Capital Region are not looking promising. Greater chances for snow accumulation will be southeast of Albany if the storm stays eastward. There is a small discrepancy in a couple of models so we will continue to keep a close eye on this storm.
The story for mid-work week will be the colder temperatures. An upper-level low on Tuesday and Wednesday will bring light scattered snow showers to the region (mainly higher elevations), although only producing light accumulations.
We will continue to watch the coastal low as it gets closer to the region. Enjoy a beautiful day tomorrow as we look to see seasonable February temperatures for the work week.