Here's NewsChannel 13 Meteorologist Paul Caiano's WAMC Regional Forecast:
Snow developing this morning from south to north. Snow becomes steadier and heavier in the afternoon and evening. Highs in the lower to mid 30's.
Snow, heavy at times this evening, tapering off after midnight from south to north.
Storm totals: Catskills, Taconics, Litchfield Hills, Berkshires, Southern Vermont 10-16" I-88, Central Mohawk Valley, Greater Capital District, Mid-Hudson Valley, Central Vermont 7-12" Interior New England, Lower Hudson Valley, Adirondacks 4-7"
Western Mohawk Valley, Champlain Valley, Northern Vermont 2-4"
Mostly cloudy with a few snow showers tomorrow. Highs in the mid to upper 30's.
WAMC's David Guistina talks with Judy Patrick of the Daily Gazette about how the Ferguson decision affected towns around the country with a focus on the Capital Region and a legal dispute over a popular cupcake store.
Moving from one temporary home to another with an occasional stint living in a car isn't exactly the roadmap to academic success. In fact, it makes it almost impossible. Today on the Best Of Our Knowledge, we'll hear the story of a homeless student in Washington State.
We'll also find out that all those times your teacher told you to sit up straight, well it was good advice. And we'll spend an academic minute separating the good exercise from the not so good.
The co-chair of the Vermont Legislature's special Committee on Child Protection says the group is going to propose a number of new laws that members hope will close gaps in the child welfare system identified in the aftermath of the deaths of two toddlers.
A judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed against an Orange County town over a proposed casino. This comes as a decision on casino license recipients in upstate New York is expected December 17.
The lawsuit was filed in July on behalf of 18 residents who live within a few miles of Genting America’s proposed Sterling Forest Resort in the Town of Tuxedo. They filed suit against the Tuxedo Town Board alleging that it skipped an environmental review prior to a vote in June adopting a gaming overlay zone. Bridget Morris is one of the residents who brought the legal action.