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Twenty inches of man-made snow is expected on Jiminy Peak by Wednesday.
“Code Blue” has been activated for the cities of Albany, Troy and Saratoga.
The city of Pittsfield has declared a Snow Emergency.
As people in the Capital Region prepare for the first snow storm of the season, local counties are also getting into gear.
911 dispatchers are preparing for a heavy amount of incoming calls due to the impending sleet and snow.
The Homeless and Travelers Aid Society (HATAS) is issuing a homeless Code Blue alert for Monday 12/28 and Tuesday during the day.
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Local retailers are crediting the warmer weather to helping increase their sales this holiday season.
With temperatures expected to hit record highs in the coming days, local businesses are beginning to feel the impact.
The mild weather isn’t stopping the New York State Department of Transportation from preparing for a New York winter.
Experts believe the unseasonable weather could results in some negative, long-term effects in the area.
Despite the warmer air temperatures, the Coast Guard is reminding boaters across New England that the water is still dangerously cold.
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Despite just two days below freezing in December and only a trace of natural snow, Lake Placid and Whiteface Mountain are gearing up for the…