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Rain, Rain and Then ... Snow? Wet Weekend Ahead

This weekend is starting off with icy rain that will switch to drenching, and then the beginning of the week could start with a foot of snow depending on which path a cross-country storm takes over the next couple days
 
The National Weather Service has a winter weather advisory in effect from Friday afternoon until 10 p.m. as light, freezing rain enters the region. The Albany, N.Y., office is warning there could be very slippery roads, sidewalks and bridges but the sleet should turn to just plain rain as the temperatures rise later in the day. 
 
That means Saturday will see warmer air and heavier rain, although there could be some dry spots in the afternoon. Max temps could reach into upper 40s and 50s, and it will continue to be cloudy and dreary through the day, according to NWS. Sunday's looking a bit better although colder.
 
Of more concern is a major storm system moving through the western states and heading into New England late Monday on the heels of the rainstorm. 
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