Special Weather Statements and Advisories in Effect for the Hudson Valley
The storm system that has caused havoc in western and central parts of the country could mess with the Hudson Valley this afternoon.
The National Weather Service, yesterday, issued a Winter Weather advisory for Sullivan County until early this morning. They’ve issued another one in effect from noon today until 4 am tomorrow.
According to the National Weather Service, Sullivan county could see around 2 inches of snow this afternoon followed by some freezing rain resulting in a thin layer of ice on all surfaces. This will create hazardous driving conditions with scattered power outages in the higher elevations where winds will be at their strongest.
The National Weather Service has also issued a Special Weather Statement for the remainder of the Hudson Valley. After the possibility of a light snowfall this afternoon, the Mid-Hudson Valley could see a light rain and with the cold temperatures of the past few days, some light icing is expected on untreated surfaces.
If you will be out driving late tonight, or early tomorrow, please exercise caution as there will be some icy road conditions to contend with. As of this writing, there are some schools cancelling after-school activities. Should there be any school closings, cancellations, or delays, tomorrow morning, click below for the complete list of snow closings.
Hudson Valley Storm Center
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