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Winter Storm Hercules to Dump 10+ Inches in Schoharie County

Written By Editor on 1/1/14 | 1/1/14


Apparently the New Year will offer no respite to Schoharie County's winter weather woes as another storm front (which the Weather Channel has named Hercules) moves into the region, threatening to dump almost a foot of snow between this evening and Friday morning, on top of three to four inches frozen on the ground from Sunday's weather event.
WNYT is also warning of gusty winds Friday afternoon and evening,
the result of which will be blowing snow and perhaps even twenty to
forty degree sub-zero wind chills in the Adirondacks.
Temperatures are expected to remain brutally cold the next two days - with Thursday's high not likely to top 11 degrees and sub-zero lows in the forecast tonight and tomorrow - which means snowfall will be of the light and fluffy variety, allowing homeowners shovels and commuters automobiles to avoid those unkindly heavy wet snow packs.  
Stay tuned to the Schoharie News weather page as we follow the storm's impact on Schoharie County the next 48 hours.
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