Just when we have finally cleared our driveways and walkways from the last two snow storms, we have to get ready to do it again.

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This is one of those times that I hope I'm wrong.

We’re expecting a significant accumulation of snow, with the possibility of up to more than a foot of in parts of the Albany area and surrounding communities. Snow could be heavy at times, and the wind may also be a factor in this storm. The snow is expected to begin sometime tonight and continue through the day tomorrow. The Monday morning commute will not be a fun one. It’s possible that the roads may be very treacherous.

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning from 9:00 p.m. tonight through 6:00 p.m. Monday, for people in many parts of the WGNA listening area. Those locations include Albany, Montgomery, Rensselear, Schenectady, Montgomery, Columbia, Fulton, Greene, Saratoga, Schoharie, Warren and Washington Counties in New York state, along with Berkshire County in Massachusetts and Bennington County in Vermont.

News 10 ABC’s Chief Meteorologist Steve Capporizzo will be checking in with Sean, Richie and Bethany on Monday morning with updates and information about this storm. Also, keep checking back to WGNA.com for school closings and delays and weather updates.

I think that there are a lot of us that are hoping that that this will change.