Persistent flooding after rain

The latest Storm Tracker forecast from meteorologist Steve Caporizzo.

Check this out – The 10pm weather…..and how much colder it is than 24 hours ago. 30-40 degrees less! Wow-What a change.

It was pretty wild late last night and this morning……

Highest gusts of wind today…..It sounded like a freight train….My house was shaking last night and this morning it was noisy

Update 10 p.m.……

Good news….Hate to say it – THANK YOU COLD WEATHER – it stopped the snowmelt runoff….All the rivers and streams I watched started to fall….and no major ice jams. Here is the Mohawk River…it started to drop…about 8″ as of 5pm tonight.

Latest surface charts…..High pressure is moving east….means winds will decrease….A powerful “Clipper” type low is moving up the St. Lawrence Valley…this will produce a flurry of snow on Saturday and a few heavier squalls-then More winds-esp in the afternoon. Another blast of cold air follows behind that.

TONIGHT: Scattered flurries ending west….P.Cloudy-Cold-Winds diminishing. SATURDAY: Clouds and some winds – Turning windy, flurries – Heavy snow squalls mid day/early afternoon – will reduce visibility – so exercise caution. Winds blowing at 45-50 mph.

Here we go again….Another VERY busy day on Saturday….Be careful if you are driving. There will be some stronger squalls and reduced visibilities. Wind advisory in effect for Saturday. Winter weather advisory for the Adirondacks….heavier snow here.

Snowfall and wind…. A strong cold front is blowing through midday/early afternoon tomorrow, winds can be up to 50 mph…..and along the front a narrow band of snow squalls…..Do watch out if you are driving on Saturday….Reduced visibilities if you are driving through one of these squalls, and blowing

7 and 10 day forecasts. Get Ready – Cold air arrived today – will be with us through the weekend… Watch out for some heavy snow squalls on Saturday. A brief warm-up for 2-3 days…then colder. There is a threat of storm (all models now indicate) for later Thursday evening through Friday with snow/mixed

Dale D. Schrum