Expect snow to begin early Sunday afternoon as a complicated series of storms takes aim at the Northeast.
A winter storm warning was issued Saturday afternoon, upgraded from a storm watch, and will remain in effect for the region from Sunday morning to Monday night, with a foot or so of snow likely in the Glens Falls region by the time the storms depart.
Snow from a storm moving across New York is expected to begin early Sunday afternoon, and a second coastal storm is forecast to develop and bring more snow through much of Monday. Parts of the region will see as much as 18 inches of accumulation.
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Areas to the north will likely see less accumulation, as the bulk of the precipitation stays to the south.
Travel is expected to be difficult for a 36-hour span beginning early Sunday morning.