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Storm may be winter’s doozy

Snowfall forecast between 6 and 12 inches by day’s end

Rob Combs, of Allerdice Hardware in Malta, stands with the store's supply of snow shovels on Monday.
Rob Combs, of Allerdice Hardware in Malta, stands with the store's supply of snow shovels on Monday.
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With the official start of spring just a day away, the Capital Region may be hit by one of the larger snowstorms of the year. “It will be up there, high on the [snowstorm] list,” said Luigi Meccariello, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Albany. Between 6 and 12 inches of snow are predicted by the end of today in the valleys and 8 to 16 inches of snow in the mountains, he ...


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