Our first decent snowfall of the season is coming our way this weekend, and these are the Capital Region's can't miss hills for the best sledding or tubing.

Usually, at this point of the season, you would have had a snow sledding excursion or two with the kids under your belt. But Old Man Winter decided to sleep in, and this weekend we are getting ready for our first sizeable snowfall of the season!

Weekend Snow Sledding Forecast

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The National Weather Service currently has a Winter Weather Watch in effect Saturday evening into Sunday, and depending on where you live they are calling for 5 to 10 inches of snow.  So after you dig out for the first time this winter, you should have plenty of snow for some winter-time fun this Sunday!

With some fresh powder on the way, it will be time to grab those sleds or snow tubes and head to a great local spot for some downhill fun. But which Capital Region hill is the ultimate sledding and tubing spot? We looked to you, our listeners, to find the best local hills - and these are the best snow sledding and tubing spots according to YOU!

The Capital Region's 5 Best Hills For Sledding & Tubing

Winter is finally starting to act like winter, which means some fresh powder for some snow-sledding and tubing! So we asked you, our listeners, what are the best sledding and snow tubing spots in the Capital Region? We got a lot of great answers, but the hills at these locations were the top 5 favorite spots according to you!

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Latest Upstate New York Snowfall Estimates For January 6-7, 2024

So will you finally be firing up that snowblower this weekend? Or throwing out your back shoveling?

Here are the early snowfall predictions from News Channel 13 for the Capital Region and surrounding areas in Upstate New Y

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Capital Region Record Snowfall Totals December 2020

December 16th and 17th, 2020 Winter Storm Gail dumped a record amount of snow across the Capital Region. Here are snowfall totals the GNA listeners reported from cities and towns throughout the area.

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