Capital Region

Here are the schools that have already closed ahead of Wednesday’s storm

'Quick-hitting' system will arrive during the early to midmorning
Curtis Petteys, a heavy equipment operator with the Saratoga Springs Department of Public Works, installs a heavy plow Tuesday.
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Curtis Petteys, a heavy equipment operator with the Saratoga Springs Department of Public Works, installs a heavy plow Tuesday.

It’s a snow day!

The coming snowstorm has convinced many school districts — including Amsterdam, Corinth, Fonda-Fultonville and Schuylerville — to already cancel classes Wednesday.

RELATED: Snow emergencies declared ahead of Wednesday storm

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Meteorologists with the National Weather Service in Albany say the “quick-hitting” system will arrive during the early to midmorning. Snowfall may be heavy at times.

The forecast says the Capital Region will receive between 6 to 8 inches of snow; Saratoga Springs is expected to get between 8 and 12 inches.

Sleet might also be part of the mix in the afternoon — and that could mean heavier snow for shoveling. So elderly people or those with health issues should avoid shoveling. 

Click here for the latest list of schools that will be closed Wednesday.

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