Published: Sun, April 02, 2017
Markets | By Terence Owen

Snow, sleet and rain showers coming to St. Lawrence County Saturday

Snow, sleet and rain showers coming to St. Lawrence County Saturday

A low pressure system developing off the Jersey Shore is expected to drop rain, sleet and possibly snow on Dutchess County overnight Friday into Saturday, according to meteorologist Christina Speciale of the National Weather Service in Albany.

Most of the accumulation will occur on non-paved surfaces in the valleys, but roads could turn slushy and snow-covered Friday night into Saturday morning, especially if the snow falls heavily.

Snow battled the late-March sun angle during the day on Friday, which kept most highway temperatures above freezing and wet.

The speed limit on I-93 was lowered to 45 miles per hour and state plow trucks were out Saturday morning on the interstate highways. High: 35-40. Wind: E 5-15 miles per hour.

A winter storm warning is in place in areas including northern El Paso County and Teller County until 6 p.m. Saturday.

That dry weather will last through Monday for the Northeast, but an active pattern will keep the threat for rain and perhaps even more snow and ice in the forecast at times later in the week. By late day, those areas may have a few inches of snow, but there will be no real impact on travel.

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Snowfall amounts will be higher across the Rockies and Palmer Divide, where snowfall could reach or exceed a foot.

Our weather watchers have said that we have received beneficial rain and, in some cases, a bit of snow and ice accumulation.

Rainfall amounts will range from 1.50 to over 2 inches but any localized downpours may bring as much as 2 1/2 inches.

Jack Ladley, operations manager for the city's Public Works Operations and Maintenance Division, said they're expecting good pavement melt "through much of the night".

Precipitation will taper off on Saturday afternoon as the storm pulls farther away from the coast. "It's going to be ongoing through about 4 p.m".

"Sunday gives us a break between's the day to get things done this weekend", Roehler said. The chance for precipitation is around 80 percent.

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