While it won't be a monumental snowstorm, a mix of rain and wet snow will make its presence known Wednesday night into Thursday.

No surprise here: we are through the first week of November, and winter is getting ready to kick into gear in Upstate New York. While this may not be our first plowable snow of the season for most areas, it certainly could be a nuisance for your morning commute on Thursday.

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News Channel 13 is reporting snow and sleet will get started in western parts of the Capital Region on Wednesday night, with small accumulations in higher elevations. Lower elevations should just see wet snow with accumulations under an inch. Temperatures will get into the mid-40s with the snow clearing out by lunchtime.

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for parts of the area and has also predicted snowfall accumulations of up to an inch in the areas surrounding Albany with up  to 2 inches in higher elevations.

Once we get through Thursday, News Channel 13 says we should see a good stretch of weather through the weekend with a mix of sun and clouds and temperatures in the Mid-40s.

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