TUESDAY MIDDAY FORECAST UPDATE BY METEOROLOGIST CRAIG FLINT:
TUESDAY: Colder and turning windy with light but steady wet snow. Light rain may mix with wet snow at times mainly across the Mohawk valley and lower elevations with slightly less snow accumulation. Periods of moderate to heavy wet snow at times over higher elevations with locally higher snow accumulations, especially to the Northeast, Southeast, South and Southwest of the Mohawk valley. Turning windy and colder through the afternoon. High: 33. Wind: NW 10-25 mph.
WEDNESDAY: Total snow accumulation of 8-14″ by Wednesday Morning for the immediate Mohawk valley, with locally 1-2 feet of snow, especially in the higher elevations Northeast and Southeast of the Mohawk valley. Any lingering leftover lighter snow showers and flurries taper by early Wednesday Morning. Still windy and chilly with increasing afternoon sunshine. High: 34. Wind: W/NW 15-25 mph.
THURSDAY: Partly cloudy with increasing clouds through the day and turning milder. High: 47.
FRIDAY (ST. PATRICK’S DAY): Mostly cloudy, breezy and milder, with developing rain showers likely. High: 49.