If historical averages play out, we could be seeing our first snowfall one month away on November 16th.

I know what you're saying: Matty, Let's leave the Upstate New York snow talk until at least December, right? But, Albany's first snowfall will be here before you know it. On average, those flakes start flying in mid-November. Now, this is not an exact science, but if we look at average first snowfalls over the years in Albany, we can make a prediction for the first snow of the season. Could be early, could be late - but I bet we will be in the ballpark with this one!

Albany's First Snowfall: The Date You Should Expect To See White

As we enjoy the splendor of Fall here in Upstate New York, we all know what is lurking in the near future - snow and winter fun! And guess what? The flakes will be flying and the Weather Channel says we could get that first measurable Albany snowfall in about ONE MONTH!

10 Largest Snowfalls On Record In Albany

Fall Hits a Little Different in The Capital Region. Here's How: