If your travel plans are to head toward the Albany, New York City, or any portion of the state for that matter this morning the NYS – Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Services
Winter Weather Advisory Headline: Snow expected from NYC to Albany. Use caution if you are traveling tomorrow.
Heavy snow is expected between Wednesday morning and Thursday. Travel early, use caution and check 5-1-1 for updates.
Winter Weather Advisories and Warnings in and around New York State, with heavy and drifting snow predicted to move from the south to north beginning early this morning and ending tomorrow morning At this time, predicated snowfall amounts vary from 4 to 16 inches throughout the Mohawk and Hudson Valleys, including 6 to 10 inches in the Capital District. The New York City Area is currently under a Winter Weather Advisory and could see 3 to 5 inches of accumulation.
Effective 7:00 am long tandems are banned from I-87 NYC to Albany Exit 24 and on I-90 from Albany exit 24 to Westmoreland Exit 32 due to winter weather conditions
Also effective Wednesday at 7 a.m., all commercial vehicles including large trucks, tractors, tractor trailers and buses will not be permitted along the entire stretch of I-84 from the Pennsylvania state line to the Connecticut state line.