Snow in the Forecast for the Hudson Valley?
Winter may not be done just yet.
While Wednesday’s highs were above average across the area, a storm system moving in from the west could bring snow by Thursday night into Friday.
The big question is the track of the storm. This will determine just how much, if any, snow the Hudson Valley may get.
Meteorologists are saying the storm will enter the area by Thursday night, as temperatures will be hovering right above freezing. As of now, the mid-Hudson Valley could get anywhere from 1 to 3 inches of snow, with maybe a little more to the south.
One thing is for sure, and that is the accumulating area of snow will be very narrow. Location will be everything. Areas in the northern Hudson Valley aren’t really expected to get anything significant at all.
The storm should be out of here by Friday morning. Temperatures will be in the upper 30s Friday, which should melt at least some of the accumulating snow if it happens.
Temperatures Friday night will fall to right above 10 degrees. Yikes. Winter could be sticking around for a bit longer.
Hudson Valley Storm Center
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