The Hudson Valley started Monday morning with temperatures barley above zero, but it won't last for long.

There is a chance for snow and wintery precipitation across the region before the mercury finally rises however.

Forecasters say a warm front will move in from the northwest by Tuesday. The warmer temps will collide with the frigid air that's been hovering over the region bringing a chance for snow and ice by Tuesday afternoon.

Some areas might only see a dusting of snow, though parts of the Northern Hudson Valley and Catskills could see a few inches.

Temperature are expected to rise Tuesday night as the snow changes over to rain.

Wednesday and Thursday will be much milder with highs in the upper 40s to near 50, and another chance of rain showers by Thursday night. Lows both nights should stay in the upper 30s.

Friday will see another cool off with highs in the 40s and lows back down to the low 20s.