Snowfall Totals Could be 6 Inches in Some Hudson Valley Areas
Just when we thought winter was over another storm is headed to the Hudson Valley on Friday. Depending on where you live you could see just an inch or two, or possibly a half of a foot.
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for portions of Orange and Dutchess County. According to their prediction, areas south of Route 84 could see snowfall totals accumulate to a half of a foot.
Kingston and areas of Ulster County should get the least amount of snow, with forecasters just calling for a n inch or two.
Cities like Poughkeepsie and Newburgh should be prepared for anything. Depending on how the storm turns those cities might see anywhere from an inch or two to several inches of snow from Thursday evening through Friday afternoon.
Be sure to check back and tune in on Friday morning for the latest traffic, weather and snow closing information.
Our snow database will be updated as soon as schools decide to close or delay.
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