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Models vary, but snow coming

Crews on standby; forecasts range from 3 to 15 inches

CBS6 meteorologist Steve LaPointe tracking the latest storm in the Weather Center studio using the latest forecasting software Wednesday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
CBS6 meteorologist Steve LaPointe tracking the latest storm in the Weather Center studio using the latest forecasting software Wednesday.
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The nor’easter blasting up from the Gulf Coast could drop more than 15 inches of snow on the Capital Region starting this morning, or it could just swirl around a few inches of powder. Meteorologists aren’t sure. “Our models are telling us different things,” said WNYT Chief Meteorologist Bob Kovachick. Computer models do much of the weather forecasting work these days. Twice a day, temperature, pressure, humidity and wind speed readings are taken from stations ...


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