A storm Friday afternoon caused damage across the region, especially in Rensselaer County.
A burn ban was issued in New York State on Monday as wildfire season begins.
There has been some minor flooding near the Waterford Visitor’s Center the past few days.
A local woman’s basement began filling with water in Johnsonville on Thursday as the Capital Region was hit with heavy rain.
Some communities are seeing minor flooding and it’s not over yet.
A warning to drivers in Gloversville as minor flooding has closed certain roads in the city.
While it was mostly raining in the Capital Region on Friday, locations up north got hit by snow.
A big fire tore through a Schenectady apartment building Wednesday evening.
If you thought cleaning off your car after this storm was hard, imagine doing it for a whole bunch of them.
Some Schenectady Streets are getting plowed thanks to a push from NEWS10 ABC.
It may be depicted in a Norman Rockwell painting, but for the people of Lee, it was a place to get warm from the brutal storm.
Schenectady doesn’t have to worry about a snow emergency, but it is still struggling to dig out.
The snow emergency in Albany took effect Wednesday night.
The dig out continued throughout the Capital Region late into Wednesday night from Blizzard 2017.
Thanks to Mother Nature delivering all this snow, it looks like ski and snow season is going to continue a little longer.
The dig out is well under-way in Hudson where well over two-feet of snow hit the ground.