I’m sick of Winter. No, really. I’m ready for spring.
I refuse to let weather affect my life.
Sleet, snow conspiring to wreck another commute
Up to 10 inches could fall
Another blast of snow, sleet and rain will begin tonight and should make a messy commute tomorrow morning, a meteorologist said.
A storm system approaching from the southwest should arrive “after dark, maybe catching the tail end of the rush hour” and bring five to 10 inches of snow to most of the Capital Region, Ray O’Keefe, a forecaster with the National Weather Service in Albany said.
“Tomorrow morning’s commute will be messy, and it looks like temperatures will still be below freezing at rush hour tomorrow morning,” O’Keefe said. “It looks like it’ll be sleet and freezing rain on top of whatever snow fell over night.”
Before the switch to sleet — which is projected to occur sometime overnight — at least five inches of snow should accumulate around the Capital Region. More snow is expected in higher elevations and farther north.
But with the precipitation will come warmer temperatures. O’Keefe said the mercury will rise above freezing on Wednesday afternoon and hover there through Thursday.