How much snow did we get Monday? How much snow are we going to get Wednesday?

PHOTOGRAPHER:

Damion Jabot of Perth, a Broadalbin DPW employee removes snow from the sidewalk at Bridge Street near Broadalbin-Perth High School Monday.

ALBANY – The National Weather Service Tuesday released the unofficial snow totals for Monday’s storm – and issued a new advisory and warning for the next storm, due Wednesday.

The next storm has a winter weather advisory issued for much of the Capital Region to run from 10 a.m. Wednesday to 1 a.m. Thursday.

In the advisory area, which encompasses southern Saratoga and Fulton counties and points south, an additional 2 to 5 inches of snow, as well as ice accumulations from a glaze to a tenth of an inch are expected. Winds are expected to gust to 35 mph, the service said.

The service also issued a winter weather warning for northern Saratoga – including Saratoga Springs – and Fulton counties and points north from 10 a.m. Wednesday to 7 a.m. Thursday.

In the warning area, new snow could hit 4 to 8 inches, with ice accumulations of up to a tenth of an inch.

All this new snow will be on top of Monday’s snow storm totals.

Here are the top National Weather Service totals for that storm:

Fulton County

  • 11.7 – Near Gloversville
  • 10 – Oppenheim
  • 8.5 – Near Broadalbin
  • 8 – Perth

Montgomery County

  • 10.8 – Near Fonda
  • 10.6 – Near Hessville
  • 10 – Amsterdam
  • 9 – Fort Plain
  • 8.5 – Glen
  • 8 – Palatine Bridge

Schenectady County

  • 9.5 – Delanson
  • 8 – Glenville
  • 7.9 – Pattersonville
  • 7.9 – Near Niskayuna
  • 7.3 – Schenectady GE Plot
  • 6.7 – Near Rotterdam Junction
  • 6.5 – Near Scotia

Saratoga County

  • 9.2 – Near Saratoga Springs
  • 9 – Charlton
  • 8.5 – Near Ballston Spa
  • 8.1 – Near Clifton Park
By Steven Cook

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