Latest Upstate New York Snowfall Predictions For Friday Storm
March continues to be a busy month for snow in Upstate New York.
While this snowmaker will not dump a ton of snow, it will be a little bit of a nuisance as you try to get out and about on Saturday morning.
When Will The Snow Start?
According to News Channel 13, Upstate New York will be on the edge of a snowstorm that is mainly tracking over Pennsylvania and New Jersey that will bring light snow accumulations to the area Friday night into Saturday morning.
Here is the timing of the storm from the National Weather Service:
Will This Be Our Last Blast Of Winter Weather?
The forecast also says this could just be a little warm-up for our next snow event potentially coming early next week as our busy last few weeks of winter roll on.
News Channel 13 says we can expect the following for snowfall in the Capital Region and surrounding areas of Upstate New York:
The Gloversville and Amsterdam areas can expect
Saratoga Springs/Glens Falls
Saratoga Springs and Areas north can expect a dusting up to 2 inches of snow.
Pittsfield, MA/Bennington, VT
Pittsfield, Massachusetts, and the Berkshires could get 2 to 3 inches, while Bennington can expect a dusting to 2 inches.
Areas on the western edge of the Capital Region can expect 2 to 4 inches of accumulation.
Most areas to the west of the greater Capital Region will see one to 3 inches of snow.
The greater Albany area can expect 1 to 3 inches of snow with this storm.
South of the I-90 Corridor
According to the National Weather Service, areas south of Interstate 90 in the Catskills and Hudson Valley will get the most snow with anywhere from 3 to 6 inches expected.
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