Capital Region

National Weather Service: Snow forecast for region Tuesday afternoon to Wednesday morning

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ALBANY – The Capital Region is expected to be hit by a snow storm Tuesday night to Wednesday morning, the National Weather Service said.

Snow accumulations of three to six inches are expected, with locally higher amounts of up to eight inches possible in the Mohawk Valley and southern Adirondacks, the service said.

A winter weather advisory is to go into effect at noon Tuesday and run until 10 a.m. Wednesday, the service said.

The advisory covers the entire Capital Region.

Drivers should plan on slippery road conditions and reduced visibility, the service said.

Snowfall rates could briefly reach one inch per hour Tuesday afternoon, the service said.

More: Winter Weather Advisory

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