Well it looks like winter has decided to stick around a bit longer. A late season winter storm is expected to impact the region.

According to weather.gov, an approaching storm system will be bringing snow, sleet, and rain to the region starting tonight (Thursday), so it may not be a good idea to put the snow shovel away just yet. And keep the winter hat, gloves, and boots nearby as well. We can see up to an inch of accumulation tonight with temps down to around 32. Snow and sleet on Friday could bring another inch or more rain and snow continuing on through Saturday. We're in the clear for Sunday as the storm will be over and it is expected to be sunny with highs in the mid 40's. Much of the Capital Region will likely see 2-5 inches of heavy, wet snow with greater amounts possible in the higher elevations.

Ugh. WTF? We're heading into April for crying out loud!