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Season’s first real snowfall on the way

Residents ready snowblowers, stock up on snacks

Bob Gaudio, mechanic for All Seasons Eqipment on Freeman's Bridge Rd., removes an auger from a snowblower to replace the auger bearing at the service shop on Friday morning.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Bob Gaudio, mechanic for All Seasons Eqipment on Freeman's Bridge Rd., removes an auger from a snowblower to replace the auger bearing at the service shop on Friday morning.
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Capital Region residents are expected to enjoy — or endure — their first real taste of winter weather today. Some late autumn accumulations have forced people to sweep light snow off house steps and brush flakes off car windshields, but George Maglaras, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Albany, believes people will be using shovels this weekend. By early Friday afternoon, the service had posted a winter storm watch for the area. “There ...


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