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Rain, not snow, likely for most holiday travelers

University at Albany students board a bus home for the Thanksgiving holiday on Monday.  Classes are suspended Wednesday through Sunday.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
University at Albany students board a bus home for the Thanksgiving holiday on Monday. Classes are suspended Wednesday through Sunday.
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As long as you’re not heading north, the roads should be clear for Thanksgiving travel this year. A cold front is bearing down on the Capital Region but should only bring rain, according to the National Weather Service. Rain will be heavy Tuesday and might bring an inch of light snow Wednesday. But the roads will be clear by early evening because the temperature will rise well above freezing, meteorologist Tom Wasula said. “It looks ...


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