Break out those shovels and scarves, Saratogians. According to the Post Star,
The watch is in effect starting Tuesday morning and stretches into Wednesday night. More than a foot of snow is expected across the region from the two storms, according to the National Weather Service.
Snow is expected to begin Tuesday morning, with 3 to 8 inches expected for the southern Adirondacks from the first wave, which will end Tuesday night.
The second, bigger storm will move into the region overnight Tuesday, and it will bring a longer, heavier period of snow that will last for much of Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.
Some sleet and ice is possible during the second storm in southern parts of the region.
Yeah. Fun times. But…snow day? For those smaller Saratogians, check out the Saratoga school closings! (but obviously not until it starts snowing!)