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Area withstands Mother Nature's 1-2 punch

Region’s respite from snow and cold to be brief

City Mission of Schenectady shift supervisor George Kakule, takes information from a walk in to give him shelter Friday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
City Mission of Schenectady shift supervisor George Kakule, takes information from a walk in to give him shelter Friday.
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Thursday was the snow. Friday night was the deep freeze. Saturday, you will finally have a chance to enjoy a bit of relatively mild weather before the next winter inconvenience rears its head. Temperatures should reach into the 20s, giving the Capital Region a moment to thaw out after Friday night’s sub-zero deep freeze. But the mild weather won’t last long. The next storm system is expected to arrive Sunday night and last through Monday, ...


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