Well last week the groundhog saw his shadow which means we can expect six more weeks of winter. It seems that there is a storm already brewing. We could see significant amounts of snow before it's all over. The snowfall is expected to begin Wednesday morning but the heaviest snow is going to come down in afternoon and evening. The National Weather Service in Albany says the Capital Region could get anywhere from 8 to 12 inches of snow before it's all said and done.

According to News 10 ABC, the storm could dump 6-9 inches in Albany and points south and east. The higher accumulations will be in the Saratoga, Queensbury and Rutand VT areas. Although these totals are just predictions, if the storm shifts, it could be more or less.

But the weather service does say that a foot of snow could fall in an area that includes the southern Adirondacks, Capital Region, Catskills, lower Hudson Valley and western Massachusetts. The highest accumulations are expected in the southern Adirondacks.

It is still winter in the Capital Region. I guess we just have to deal with what we get.