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Schoharie County to See Light Snowfall, Maybe 2-4 Inches Overnight

Written By Editor on 12/6/13 | 12/6/13


The convergence of two weather fronts - one bringing cooler air into the North East and the other a low pressure system from the Tennessee Valley - is not only going to be responsible for a chilly weekend in Schoharie County following the mild temperatures of the past week, but the potential for snowfall over the course of this afternoon and into tomorrow morning.
 
 
Both WRGB channel 6 and WNYT channel 13 are predicting light precipitation, generally in the two to four inch range, with the possibility for slightly higher accumulations in the Catskill Mountains, while lower elevations have to be on the watch for a sleet or wintry mix.
 
There's too many cracks in their snow related stories to even fathom counting
After the media exaggerated the effects of a mild snowstorm during Thanksgiving week, local readers would be wise to heed their warnings of potential snowfall, and maybe even sleet, while at the same time not rushing to the neighborhood supermarket because it probably will just blow over - like most storms - and avoid yet another Weather Channel panic induced shopping spree.
 
 
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