Albany Weather: Get the Latest News, Weather Updates, Sports Coverage, and Breaking News

Albany Weather: Get the Latest News, Weather Updates, Sports Coverage, and Breaking News

Meteorologist Craig Adams is reporting that the storm system that brought wintry conditions to the area today, with a mix of snow, sleet, freezing rain, and rain further south of the Capital Region, will be moving away tonight. The precipitation will taper off early tonight, and clearing skies will follow. Breezy conditions are expected as the storm pushes away, with high pressure building to the north bringing bright skies for Sunday. However, temperatures will remain chilly. Quiet weather will continue into Sunday night and Monday, with temperatures moderating a bit more on Monday.

Clouds will increase on Tuesday ahead of an approaching frontal system, but it is expected to remain dry. The potential for rain will increase later on Tuesday night and into Wednesday as the frontal system moves through the region. Dry weather is expected for the latter half of the week, along with temperatures close to seasonal averages for late March. The normal high for late March is around 50 degrees.

For tonight, snow and mixed precipitation will end early, with skies clearing and breezy conditions developing. Northwest winds will increase to 10-20 mph, with lows in the range of 17-22 degrees. Sunday will be mostly sunny, still chilly, and somewhat breezy at times, with northwest winds around 10-15 mph and highs of 35-40 degrees.

Sunday night will see mostly clear skies, with temperatures dropping to lows of 15-20 degrees. Monday will be mostly sunny and a bit milder, with northeast winds around 10 mph and highs of 42-47 degrees. Tuesday will have some sun, but more clouds than sun overall, with highs in the upper 40s.

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