Capital Region Forecast: Very cold until early Thursday. Possibility of snow falling Thursday and Friday night.

Capital Region Forecast: Very cold until early Thursday.  Possibility of snow falling Thursday and Friday night.

A somewhat subjective assessment of today’s weather, on a scale of 0 to 10.

3/10: The sun is shining, the snow is still beautiful, and the wind isn’t terrible. But it’s breezy enough for wind chills in the bone-chilling single digits and teens for most of the day.

  • today: Very sunny and cool, a lingering breeze. High: High 20s to low 30s. (Wind chills in the single digits to nearly 20.)
  • Tonight: The weather is often partly cloudy and cool, with decreasing breezes. Lows: teens to nearly 20.
  • tomorrow: Partly cloudy in the morning, mostly cloudy in the evening, and winds are light. Highs: mid 30s to near 40.

After being parked for nearly two years, we’re looking at a second chance for snow accumulation in less than a week. But first, the cold. Today’s extremely cold wind chills will subside tomorrow, when we should return to above-freezing warmth, at least for a few hours. Late Thursday night and Friday appear to be a good time for possible snowfall. We will remain cold and windy this weekend but should enter an extended melt period by the middle of next week.

today is Wednesday): Sunny skies should melt a little snow, but not much as temperatures stay below freezing for most of the day. Even with a little breeze, we start with wind chills in most areas this morning. We will only climb into the upper 20s and low 30s at afternoon highs. The winds aren’t too bad, about 10 mph from the west, but that’s enough to keep the wind chills from rising above the teens to nearly 20. Confidence: High

Tonight: Winds die down significantly during the evening under mostly clear skies. But temperatures are dropping again, with overnight lows reaching nearly 20 degrees as skies turn partly cloudy. Confidence: high

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tomorrow is Thursday): Partly cloudy in the morning, becoming mostly cloudy in the afternoon. It’s not cold with temperatures in the mid 30s to near 40s, and there’s not much of a breeze either. Confidence: high

Tomorrow night and Friday: Thursday evening temperatures will drop below freezing, snow may arrive late at night, and it may snow until at least Friday afternoon if the storm consolidates as some models indicate. It doesn’t look like a big storm, but it could be a 1- to 3-inch or 2- to 4-inch storm surge. These are not firm predictions, they are just meant to give you an idea of ​​the potential. We’ll take a look at more model data and provide a more detailed update later today. Trust: Low

The wind is rising Friday and Saturday night. Friday night lows reach the teens to near 20, and wind chills are in the single digits to near zero. Saturday’s highs will likely not get out of the 20s, with wind chills reaching the single and mid-digits, and a chance of heavy rain or snow. Confidence: medium-high

It’s still windy Saturday and Sunday night. Saturday night’s lows will again drop to near 20 degrees, with wind chills in the single digits to near zero. Sunday should be a little cooler by the afternoon, but still quite cold with temperatures in the upper 20s to low 30s. Confidence: average

next week It seems likely to lead to a major change in pattern. We should be less windy as temperatures gradually rise into the 40s and 50s. A possible mid- to late-week storm surge will come in the form of rain. Confidence: average

A daily assessment of the likelihood of at least one inch of snow falling in the coming week, on a scale of 0 to 10.

6/10 (): Another chance for snow is likely late Thursday night and Friday. The odds of gaining at least an inch rose slightly higher. The upside potential is likely to be a few inches.

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