After a healthy stretch of January rain, snow returned to the Capital Region and Upstate New York this weekend.

Winter has been pretty shifty this winter, going from rainy and mild to cold and snowy back to rain. Whenever we get snow, it seems it is quickly washed away by a mild spell with showers.

This weekend we shifted back to some snow, and some spots in the Capital Region and and surrounding areas got a good chunk of snow. This storm started slow as rain in a lot of spots, but eventually shifted to wet heavy snow blanketing the region.

From the snowfall totals below, it looks like Schoharie County, Western Albany County, and Greene County were the winners for the most snowfall this go-round.

Weather-wise, News Channel 13 says it looks like a lore quiet week ahead with dry cloudy weather through Thursday, with the potential snow-showers heading into the first weekend of February.

Before we get to the next round of flakes let's recap snowfall totals from throughout the Capital Region from the storm that just wrapped up today.

Capital Region Snowfall Totals January 28-29, 2024

After a good stretch of mid-January rain, colder weather returned to Upstate New York and the Captial Region bringing with it some snow for Sunday, January 28th into Monday, January 29th. Here are snowfall totals from around the region from local spotters via the National Weather Service.

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The Capital Region's Worst Roads To Drive In The Snow

Driving in the Capital Region can be a chore in the warmer months. But during the winter, there are some roads local drivers would rather avoid. That applies when the snow falls and in some cases when our wintertime nemesis, pool-sized potholes, begin reproducing like rabbits! Here are the worst Capital Region roads to navigate while driving in the snow according to YOU.

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Albany's Top 10 Snowiest Winters Of All Time [RANKED]

Another Upstate New York winter is upon us. And while it is popular for forecasters to predict a cold and snowy winter ahead, how much snow would it actually take to make it an all-time winter when it comes to big a big snowfall total for the season? In the average winter, the National Weather Service (NWS_ says we get 59.2 inches of snow in Albany. We will have to crush that number this winter for the season ahead to make this NWS top 10 list of our snowiest Albany winters on record.

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