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More rain headed to the Capital Region

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storm030411.jpgA slow moving storm system and associated frontal boundary will march toward the Capital Region this weekend, bringing a round of heavy rain that may present some flooding problems, before ending as snow on Monday.

While most of Saturday will remain showery and mild, the heavy rain will move in on Saturday night and into Sunday as the cold front slowly moves east across the region. Things will then get interesting as a wave of low pressure develops along the front to our south on Sunday and tries to push some  additional precipitation north into the cold air, which may fall in the form of snow. Significant accumulations are possible!

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Stay up to date on the latest Albany breaking news and weather information from meteorologist and reporter Brent McGrady in the Capital Region News & Weather Center blog. Brent received his meteorology degree from the University at Albany and has a wealth of experience with local Albany and upstate New York weather forecasting. To contact Brent with any questions or feedback, please e-mail him at  

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