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Latest snow storm: Between four and six inches expected across Schenectady, Montgomery, Schoharie counties, elsewhere

Latest snow storm: Between four and six inches expected across Schenectady, Montgomery, Schoharie counties, elsewhere

Southern Saratoga and Fulton counties are also expected to see between 4 and 6 inches
Latest snow storm: Between four and six inches expected across Schenectady, Montgomery, Schoharie counties, elsewhere
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ALBANY - The latest snowstorm to hit the region is underway and officials are urging caution on the roads.

A winter weather advisory is in effect throughout the region through 10 p.m.

Multiple accidents have been reported during the morning commute as a result of the morning snow, according to 511ny.org.

The storm had already left an inch of snow in Schenectady's GE plot, according to a reading there at 8 a.m., according to the National Weather Service.

Jefferson in Schoharie County recorded 2.8 inches by 7:42 a.m. Amsterdam had seen a half inch by 7:25 a.m., the National Weather Service said.

In all, the storm is set to dump between four and six inches of snow across Schenectady, Montgomery and Schoharie counties, the National Weather Service said.

Pockets in western Schenectady County and Schoharie and Albany counties could see between six and eight inches.

"With snow, sleet and/or freezing rain occurring, a reminder to take it slow on the roads if you must travel today," the National Weather Service wrote on Facebook.

A strong Arctic front is expected to also bring bitterly cold temperatures for Wednesday night and through the end of the week, the National Weather Service said.

 

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