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Nasty driving expected today

Big snowfall through day a departure from last year

A pedestrian makes his way across State Street in Schenectady as snow begins to fall Wednesday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
A pedestrian makes his way across State Street in Schenectady as snow begins to fall Wednesday.
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Getting a half-foot of snow doesn’t sound like much for an area that averages more than 60 inches a year. But on the heels of a winter where a paltry 23.3 inches fell, a storm dumping between 6 inches and 12 inches of snow seems like a crusher. And that’s exactly what’s expected for the Capital Region from sunrise to sunset today. The National Weather Service in Albany is predicting the massive storm system that ...


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