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  • Scroll down for what you can expect today and tonight here in the Hudson Valley.

  • Here is what you can expect in Westchester and Rockland Counties today and tonight.

  • Here is what you can expect in Orange and Putnam Counties today into tonight.

  • Here is the expected snowfall by midnight tonight here in the Hudson Valley. Ice will fall in many communities before we change to snow this morning.

  • HV STORM UPDATE: Please be careful of black ice tonight here in the Hudson Valley. Now to your updated forecast:

    First for those in Westchester and Rockland Counties. Freezing rain/sleet (ice) will gradually develop tonight. The icy mix will stay rather light overnight in Westchester and Rockland Counties with up to 1/4” of ice possible by Monday morning. Untreated surfaces will become icy overnight! During Monday morning, the ice will change to snow from north to south in Westchester and Rockland Counties. The snow will end by midnight Monday night. Total snow accumulations (after the ice) in Westchester and Rockland Counties will range from 2” to 5”, with locations south of I-287 in the lower end of the snow total range.

    Now for Orange and Putnam Counties. A wintry mix of snow and ice will continue tonight, with untreated surfaces becoming icy! The wintry mix will change to all snow later tonight in Orange and Putnam Counties, with up to 1/10” of ice and an inch or two of snow possible by Monday morning. Snow will continue in Orange and Putnam Counties on Monday, ending before midnight Monday night. Total snow accumulations in Orange and Putnam will be 3” to 7”, with the best chance for seeing 6" to 7" near and north of I-84.
  • HV STORM UPDATE: Once again, this is very tricky forecast and things could change, but here are my current thoughts as of Sunday morning.

    First for those in Westchester and Rockland Counties. Today will be mainly dry, with only some spotty snow, ice or rain possible. No accumulations of snow or ice are expected through 7pm this evening. After 7pm, freezing rain/sleet (ice) will gradually develop. The icy mix will stay rather light overnight in Westchester and Rockland Counties with up to 2/10” of ice possible by Monday morning. Untreated surfaces will become icy overnight! During Monday morning, the ice will change to snow from north to south in Westchester and Rockland Counties. The snow will end by midnight Monday night. Total snow accumulations (after the ice) in Westchester and Rockland Counties will range from 2” to 5”.

    Now for Orange and Putnam Counties. Today will be mainly dry, with only some spotty snow or freezing rain (ice) possible through 7pm. Little to no snow/ice accumulations are expected in Orange and Putnam Counties before 7pm. After 7pm, a wintry mix of ice and snow will develop, with untreated surfaces becoming icy overnight! The wintry mix will change to all snow later tonight in Orange and Putnam Counties, with up to 1/10” of ice and an inch or two of snow possible by Monday morning. Snow will continue in Orange and Putnam Counties on Monday, ending before midnight Monday night. Total snow accumulations in Orange and Putnam will be 5” to 10”, with the best chance for seeing 9" to 10" North of I-84.
  • HV WEATHER UPDATE: First, the rest of today. Show showers from earlier will taper off early this afternoon. The rest of today and tonight will be mostly dry, with only a passing flurry possible. On Sunday, outside of flurry or some spotty wintry mix, conditions look dry through 3pm. Now for those in Rockland and Westchester Counties, after 4pm Sunday a wintry mix of sleet and freezing rain (ice) will develop and continue overnight Sunday. The ice should stay light, but untreated surfaces will become icy overnight Sunday! On Monday, ice in the morning will gradually turn back to snow. The snow will taper off Monday evening. Before the snow, 1/3” of ice is possible in Rockland and Westchester Counties, and then 1-3” of snow by later Monday evening. In Orange and Putnam Counties, a wintry mix of snow and ice will develop after 3pm Sunday. The wintry mix will gradually turn to all snow Sunday night, with mainly snow continuing for Monday, ending Monday evening. In Orange and Putnam Counties, 1/8” of ice is possible, with 3-6” of snow by Monday evening, with over 6” possible North of I-84. THIS IS A VERY TRICKY FORECAST! As a result, I expect the forecast to change. I will send another update Sunday morning.

  • SUNDAY-MONDAY HV WEATHER UPDATE: As of Friday morning, it doesn’t look like a big storm will affect us early next week. However, some snow accumulations are still possible. Saturday will feature a few flurries here in the Hudson Valley; a dusting is possible in a few spots. For Sunday, the morning is now looking dry. Sunday afternoon will feature some scattered snow or even rain showers here in the Hudson Valley, as temps climb above freezing. Now come Sunday night into Monday, snow showers will become likely here in the Hudson Valley. With that in mind, some snow accumulations are possible come Monday. However, at this point, any accumulations look to be on the lighter side. Of course things could change, so stay close to News12 and News12.com over the weekend for updates. I will keep everyone posted this weekend, as well.
  • HV SNOW ALERT: Snow showers are possible during the Thursday morning commute. Scroll below to see what you can expect on Thursday here in the Hudson Valley.

  • Here is what you can expect Thursday morning here in the Hudson Valley. Please take it easy on the roads if you encounter any moderate to heavy snow bursts.

  • Here is how much snow is possible Thursday morning with any moderate to heavy snow showers.

  • Scroll down for your updated afternoon forecast for communities here in the Hudson Valley....

  • Here is your updated afternoon forecast for Westchester and Rockland Counties. Icy mix will end as snow showers. Scroll down to see how much additional snow and ice is possible in your community this afternoon.

  • Here is your updated afternoon forecast for Orange and Putnam Counties. Scroll down to see how much additional snow and ice is possible in your community this afternoon.

  • Here is how much additional snow and ice is possible this afternoon here in the Hudson Valley.

  • Scroll down for your updated forecast, along with snow totals before the changeover....

  • Updated forecast for Westchester and Rockland Counties....

  • Updated forecast for Orange and Putnam Counties....

  • Here are some snow totals from around the HV before the changeover. Up near I-84 where it is still snowing you can expect locally higher numbers...

  • Scroll down for what you can expect today here in the Hudson Valley. Above are total snow/ice accumulations for the Hudson Valley....

  • What you can expect today in Westchester & Rockland Counties.....

  • What you can expect today in Orange and Putnam Counties....

  • HV STORM UPDATE: The major change as of Sunday morning is to introduce more mixing here in the Hudson Valley. While that may hold snow totals down a bit, the overall messy nature of this storm still stays the same. Snow will develop here in the Hudson Valley between 6pm and 10pm this evening. The snow will stay light at first, with only 1-2” possible by 1am Monday. The snow will then turn heavier, with the worst of the storm expected from 3am Monday until 10am Monday. In Westchester and Rockland Counties, the snow will now mix with and change to sleet and freezing rain (ice) after 6am Monday. In Putnam and Orange Counties, the mixing will not happen until after 9am Monday. The snow/sleet/freezing rain will taper off after 10am Monday, with the storm totally gone by 3pm Monday afternoon. Expect 5-9” of snow in Westchester and Rockland Counties before the changeover, with 1/4” of ice on-top of that. In Orange and Putnam Counties, 7-14” of snow/sleet is possible, with the best chance of seeing over 12” north of I-84. So anyway you slice it, a real mess here in the Hudson Valley thru early afternoon on Monday. Stay close to News12 and News12.com for LIVE updates.

  • HV STORM UPDATE: Snow will develop here in the Hudson Valley between 7pm and 10pm Sunday evening. The snow should stay light at first, and only turn heavy after midnight. The worst of the weather is expected here in the Hudson Valley from 3am Monday until 10am Monday. The snow may mix with sleet and rain Monday morning, especially in Rockland and Westchester Counties. The snow/sleet will lighten up later Monday morning, and end early Monday afternoon. A good 6-12” of snow is possible here in the Hudson Valley with this quick, yet intense storm. If mixing occurs, snow totals will be on the lower end of that range. Stay close to News12 and News12.com for updates. I will send another update Sunday morning.

  • SUNDAY NIGHT INTO MONDAY STORM UPDATE: It looks like the Hudson Valley will have to deal with a quick shot of snow Sunday night into Monday. As of early Friday afternoon, these are my preliminary thoughts; Snow will overspread the Hudson Valley between 6pm and 10pm Sunday evening. Snow will then fall heavy overnight, tapering off around noon on Monday. I am not ready to throw out totals yet, but start planning for a moderate to heavy snowfall here in the Hudson Valley (maybe similar to what we received last Friday night/Saturday morning). Again, these are my preliminary thoughts, and are subject to change. So stay close to News12.com over the weekend. I will send another update around lunchtime on Saturday.

  • SNOW ALERT: We have some snow headed to the Hudson Valley tonight. Snow accumulations are expected to stay on the lighter side, however snow covered roadways are possible for the Friday morning commute. I think the snow will develop here in the Hudson Valley, from west to east, between 7pm and 10pm this evening. Snow will then continue overnight, ending Friday morning between 8am and 11am. Total accumulations look to be in the 1" to 2" range here in the Hudson Valley. Stay close to News12 and News12.com for LIVE updates.

  • Here are some snow totals from around the Hudson Valley. Occasional snow will be with us until mid-afternoon. An additional coating to 2" is possible through 5pm. Stay close to News12 and News12.com for LIVE updates.

  • LATE MORNING STORM UPDATE: All the Winter Storm Warnings have now been downgraded to Winter Weather Advisories, as conditions begin to improve here in the Hudson Valley. The rest of the today will feature occasional snow, mainly light. The snow will end by mid-afternoon. Additional snowfall for the rest of today will range from a coating to 2". However, blowing and drifting snow will be a problem into tonight. It is also bitter cold, with feels like temps below zero from time to time. Stay close to News12 and News12.com for LIVE updates into this afternoon.

  • STORM UPDATE: This storm has been a total bust for us here in the Hudson Valley. The storm has formed farther east, and so the blizzard conditions remained well east of the Hudson Valley. Snowfall so far has been between 2-6", with only an additional 1-3" possible for the rest of today. The snow will taper off and end by mid-afternoon. Stay close to News12 and News12.com for LIVE updates.

  • STORM UPDATE: So, depending on how you see things, I have good news and bad news this morning; good news for those who hate snow; bad news for those who love snow. The storm has formed farther east, and that means lower snow totals for the Hudson Valley, especially west of the Hudson River. The above map shows my current thinking. Snowy and windy weather will be with us this morning here in the Hudson Valley, with white out conditions possible. The snow will taper off and end this afternoon, but blowing and drifting snow will be a problem into tonight. This is a dynamic storm, and as you can see, things can change. So stay close to News12 and News12.com for LIVE updates through this morning.

  • STORM UPDATE: The latest model runs still support a major snowstorm for the Hudson Valley. The rest of this afternoon will feature occasional light snow here in the Hudson Valley. By 5pm, accumulations will range from a coating to 2". The snow will turn heavier tonight and the wind will increase as well. The worst of the weather will be with us from 10pm tonight until 12pm Tuesday afternoon. WHITE OUT CONDITIONS ARE LIKELY during this time period. The snow will lighten up Tuesday afternoon and end Tuesday evening. Accumulations will range from 12"-24" in Westchester, Putnam and Southern Dutchess Counites, to 8-16" for Rockland and Orange Counties. If possible, try to avoid travel between 5pm this evening and 5pm Tuesday evening. Stay close to News12 and News12.com for LIVE updates throughout the storm.

  • STORM UPDATE: So the new model runs continue to support a major snow storm for the Hudson Valley. Light snow or flurries will break out early Monday morning. Through the day Monday, the snow will stay mainly light and scattered. By 5pm, a coating to 2" of snow will be possible. The snow will turn heavier Monday night. The wind will increase as well bringing white out conditions to many of our communities overnight Monday into Tuesday. The worst of the weather will be with us from 12am Tuesday (midnight Monday night) until 12pm Tuesday. The snow will taper off Tuesday afternoon, and will end Tuesday evening. As of now, expect 8-16" West of the Hudson River in Rockland and Orange Counties, with 12-24" East of the Hudson River in Westchester, Putnam and Dutchess Counties. If possible, I would plan to not travel between 5pm Monday and 10pm Tuesday. If the storm takes an eastward nudge, snowfall totals could be a bit lower. But right now, plan for over a foot of snow here in the Hudson Valley. Stay close to News12 and News12.com for LIVE updates.

  • EARLY WEEK STORM UPDATE: A powerful nor'easter will affect the Hudson Valley Monday night into Tuesday. Light snow or flurries will develop Monday morning here in the Hudson Valley. I am not seeing a lot of snow on Monday; maybe 1-2" throughout the entire day. However, the snow will become heavier Monday night into Tuesday. This looks like an all snow event for the Hudson Valley. The snow will end Tuesday evening. At this point 8-16" of snow is possible here in the Hudson Valley, with the highest amounts EAST of the Hudson Valley. Now if the storm forms and moves a bit farther east, we could see less snow. But for now, start preparing for the big one, later Monday into Tuesday.

  • NOR'EASTER UPDATE: Our Saturday storm continues to pull away from the Hudson Valley as of early this afternoon. The precipitation has lightened up substantially. As we head through the rest of today, only light and scattered rain, wintry mix or snow will fall here in the Hudson Valley. Conditions should dry out for good by 5pm this afternoon. Additional snow accumulations up to 1" possible with any lingering snow shower activity. However, road conditions should continue to improve as we head through the afternoon. However, temps will fall below freezing tonight, which means look out for black ice! Stay close to News12 and News12.com for updates.

  • Here are some snow totals from around the Hudson Valley...

  • NOR'EASTER UPDATE: WOW! The snow fell very heavy overnight, and as a result, most of our communities here in the Hudson Valley have seen 5+" of snow already. The brunt of the storm is moving through now. I still expect a changeover in Westchester and Rockland Counties as we head through the mid-morning hours. The good news is that the snow/mix/rain will turn much lighter as we head through the morning. An additional 1" to 3" of snow is possible from here on out. The snow/mix/rain will end from west to east between 3pm and 6pm this evening.

  • NOR'EASTER UPDATE: So the morning model runs have come in a bit colder, mainly for locations up near the I-84 corridor. As a result, I still see snow developing here in the Hudson Valley between midnight and 2AM. Snow will then continue, and begin to change to a wintry mix, and then to plain rain from 7AM to 10AM Saturday morning. Most of Westchester, Rockland and Southern Putnam Counties will see plain rain by late morning on Saturday. However, Orange, Northern Putnam, and Dutchess Counties may stay mostly snow, with only a little mixing possible. With that in mind, I still think 2" to 5" of snow before the changeover is good for Rockland, Westchester and Southen Putnam Counties. However, for Orange, Northern Putnam and Dutchess, now you may see 3" to 7" of snow. The rain/mix/snow will end a little later now, between 3pm and 6pm here in the Hudson Valley. Of course things could change again, so stay close to News12 and News12.com for LIVE updates into tomorrow.

  • SATURDAY NOR'EASTER UPDATE: OK, here are the details as I see it this morning. Snow will develop here in the Hudson Valley between midnight and 2am tonight. Snow will then continue overnight here in the Hudson Valley. Between 7AM and 10AM Saturday morning, the snow will change to a mix of sleet and freezing rain, and then quite possibly to plain rain in many of our communities. Only Western Orange County may stay all snow. The rain/mix will end between 2pm and 5pm on Saturday. Before the changevoer, 2" to 5" of snow is possible here in the Hudson Valley, with a 1/2" of rain possible on top of the snow. So it will be a real mess, especially Saturday morning. Stay close to News12 and News12.com for LIVE updates.

  • SATURDAY NOR'EASTER UPDATE: While the exact track of Saturday's storm is still in doubt, I would start planning on dealing with snow here in the Hudson Valley on Saturday. It looks like the snow will arrive early in the morning on Saturday, and last into Saturday evening. While some mixing is possible South of I-287, I think this is going to be mainly snow here in the Hudson Valley. Right now, this does not look like a crippling blizzard for the Hudson Valley. However, moderate snowfall accumulations are possible, which means a good plowable snow. Stay close to News12 and News12.com for the very latest.

  • Here is my latest webcast discussing the light snow event tonight, and the potential for a nor'easter Saturday here in the Hudson Valley.

  • In the webcast above, I talked about the light snow event headed to the Hudson Valley tonight, along with the potent nor'easter that may affect the Hudson Valley on Saturday.

  • Here are my thoughts concerning the light snow event for tonight. I am not expecting major problems on the roadways, as the snow is expected to stay rather light overnight. So take it easy on the roads, but you should be able to move around through the Thursday morning commute.

  • A weak low pressure system will slide to our south Wednesday night. We may get clipped by some light snow, but the storm could also miss us entirely. So the above graphic has my thoughts at this point. Stay close to News12 and News12.com for the very latest.

  • Here are rain totals from yesterday's rain storm. Ice accumulations were up to 0.1" in many parts of the Hudson Valley.

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