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Terry O’Donnell

Update 12/20 4:54pm: Not a lot of snow, but heavy rain and gusty winds are expected.

You’ve probably heard the chatter about a powerful stormfront set to move through the Northeast later this week. Early predictions for the Capital Region have it looking not so bad – thus far.

Alyssa Caroprese from CBS 6 says the storm system moving into the area will begin with a mix of rain and snow on Thursday night, changing to all rain on Friday. In fact temperatures on Friday will likely get into the low to mid 50’s.

Those temps will be short lived as we’ll get a big burst of cold weather moving through the area, with temperatures rapidly dropping Friday night into the teens and highs only in the 20’s for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

So the good news as of now, there may be some scattered snow, but nothing too siginificant. Of course, this is the Northeast. We all know how quickly things can change.

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