As we get ready for winter weather to wrap up the week, two more upcoming storms will make it a winter trifecta over the next week.

And maybe I jinxed us earlier this week by saying it has been a pretty quiet winter! All joking aside, we knew we were do to get a run of winter weather and it looks like it is here.


Before we get to the weekend ahead and next week, let's get to the latest on the snow and wintry mix we will see across the Capital Region this Thursday and Friday.

The latest forecast from News Channel 13 is saying this storm will get started around Noon Thursday and will continue into Friday. Accumulations around Albany could be 1 to 3 inches, and areas to the north around Saratoga Springs will see more snow with 3 to 6 inches of accumulation and up to 8 inches further north.

And with this first storm, the winter fun is just beginning!

Two More Winter Storms For Upstate NY Over The Weekend And Next Week


Looking ahead to the weekend, the extended forecast from the Weather Channel is also calling for more winter weather Sunday into Monday with more possible snow accumulations up to 8 inches Upstate and a mix of rain and snow again for the Albany area. Then Wednesday into Thursday more snow will arrive will some decent accumulations possible for Albany and points north.

While none of these storms look to bring that huge wallop, over the course of the next week it looks like cumulatively we will see a fair amount of snow.

LOOK: The most extreme temperatures in the history of every state

Stacker consulted 2021 data from the NOAA's State Climate Extremes Committee (SCEC) to illustrate the hottest and coldest temperatures ever recorded in each state. Each slide also reveals the all-time highest 24-hour precipitation record and all-time highest 24-hour snowfall.

Keep reading to find out individual state records in alphabetical order.

Albany's Top 10 Snowiest Winters Of All Time [RANKED]

Another Upstate New York winter is upon us. And while it is popular for forecasters to predict a cold and snowy winter ahead, how much snow would it actually take to make it an all-time winter when it comes to big a big snowfall total for the season? In the average winter, the National Weather Service (NWS_ says we get 59.2 inches of snow in Albany. We will have to crush that number this winter for the season ahead to make this NWS top 10 list of our snowiest Albany winters on record.

See The 10 Biggest April Snowfalls In Albany History [RANKED]

In Upstate New York, you can never feel fully secure that snow is completely done until late spring. While we usually do not see a ton of snow in April, it is not unheard of. And if history tells us anything, a big April snowstorm is always possible. We have had a few April doozies over the years, and here are the top 10 April snowfalls on record in Albany according to the National Weather Service.






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