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  • Wednesday morning's updated pollen counts for the Hudson Valley. Monday's rain did help the tree pollen situation a bit, but now mold spores are running low.

  • Here are some hyper-local rain totals from the storm that has been affecting us since Monday here in the Hudson Valley.

  • Here are your updated pollen counts for the Hudson Valley on this Tuesday morning. Tree pollen remains the only pollen in the air right now....

  • Updated pollen counts for the Hudson Valley. The rain today will help a bit, but sunny sky and warm temps this weekend will cause those counts to rise again!

  • HV FRIDAY & WEEKEND WEATHER UPDATE: Rain showers will affect the Hudson Valley during the morning hours on Friday. However, the rain should end around lunchtime, so Friday afternoon is looking mostly dry, with temperatures in the 60s.

    Saturday will be sunny and warm here in the Hudson Valley. High temperature will reach into the 70s in many of our communities. The only little issue for Saturday is that it will turn rather windy.

    Sunday will feature sun and clouds, with conditions remaining dry through Sunday evening. Temperatures will be a bit cooler on Sunday, with highs around 60F.

    So all-in-all it looks like a “worry-free weather weekend” once again here in the Hudson Valley!

  • Here are your updated pollen counts for the Hudson Valley...

  • Updated pollen counts for the HV. A lot of sun expected this week so I expect a lot more pollen over the next few days...

  • Updated pollen counts for the HV. The little bit of rain we have seen has lowered the counts a bit today...

  • Updated pollen counts for the HV. As is usually the case this time of year, its the tree pollen that affects us. The rain this week should lower the counts a tad.

  • HV HOLIDAY WEEKEND WEATHER: Steady rain from Friday night will end by 7am Saturday morning. The rest of Saturday will feature increasing sunshine. However, it will be very windy and much cooler on Saturday, with high temperatures dropping back into the 40s.

    Easter Sunday will start off sunny and cold. By the afternoon, some extra clouds will arrive, with a few rain showers now possible after 4pm. It will be a bit warmer Sunday, with afternoon highs returning the 50s here in the Hudson Valley.

  • HV SNOW UPDATE: First, for those living South of I-287 in Southern Westchester and Southern Rockland Counties.

    Rain will develop between 1pm and 3pm this afternoon. The rain may mix with snow from time to time. There will be no accumulation of snow on the roads, and grassy surfaces will only see up to a coating of snow South of I-287.

    Now, for those living North of I-287, in Northern Westchester, Northern and Western Rockland, Orange, Putnam and Southern Dutchess Counties.

    Snow or a rain/snow mix will develop between 1pm and 3pm this afternoon. Once again, I am expecting no accumulation of snow on the roads. However, north of I-287, a coating to 2” of snow is possible on grassy/colder surfaces. The best chance to see up to 2” would be in the higher elevations of Orange County.

    The rain and snow will end between 7pm and 10pm this evening.

    So my advice is to not cancel plans you may have later this afternoon/evening because roadways around the Hudson Valley should remain just wet, as temperatures stay above freezing. Of course, take it easy if you are heading out and stay close to News12 and News12.com for LIVE updates.

  • SPRING SNOW ALERT: More spring snow is possible here in the Hudson Valley during Tuesday afternoon.

    Light snow or a rain/snow mix will develop early Tuesday afternoon here in the Hudson Valley. The snow or snow/rain mix may change to plain rain, especially south of I-287 Tuesday afternoon. Temperatures will be above freezing Tuesday, so once again, any snow that does fall will not stick to the roads. However, some minor accumulations (Coating to 2") of snow on grassy/colder surfaces is possible.

    The activity should stay rather light, so I am not expecting major problems on the roads here in the Hudson Valley. So my advice is to not change or cancel plans for later Tuesday afternoon/evening.

    The snow or rain/snow mix with end around 8pm Tuesday evening. Stay close to News12 and News12.com for LIVE updates.

  • HV WEEKEND FORECAST: Saturday will be partly sunny and cold here in the Hudson Valley. While scattered flurries or a snow shower are possible, there will be no accumulation of snow on any roadways here in the Hudson Valley. So please do not cancel or change plans for Saturday, even though there will be some flakes around. The big story is that temps will run 10+ degrees below normal, with highs only in the upper 30s.

    Sunday will be mostly sunny and chilly, with high temperatures creeping back into the lower and middle 40s.

  • HV SNOW UPDATE: Snow will continue this afternoon here in the Hudson Valley, with moderate to heavy bursts likely come mid to late afternoon. This will be a mostly snow event for us, with temps between 29F and 32F during the snow fall. The snow will taper off and end between 7pm and 10pm this evening.

    If the snow stays light, mains roads may just be wet until 4pm. HOWEVER, if the snow turns heavy, all roads will begin to get snow covered. You can expect up to 2” of snow by 5pm this evening.

    As you can see from the above map, most of us can expect a total of 2” to 5” of snow, with the best chance of seeing 5” South of I-287 in Westchester County. Those living near and north of I-84 can expect 1” to 3” of snow. Stay close to News12 and News12.com all day for LIVE updates into this evening.

  • HV SNOW UPDATE: Snow is on track to develop Friday between 10am and 1pm here in the Hudson Valley. Snow will then continue into the evening on Friday. This continues to look like a mainly snow event here in the Hudson Valley, with temperatures ranging from 29F to 32F during the snowfall. The snow will taper off and end between 7pm and 10pm Friday night.

    If the snow stays on the lighter side, main roads could stay just wet through 4pm Friday, as the strong March sun acts to slightly warm black-topped surfaces. HOWEVER, if the snow turns moderate to heavy, all roadways will begin to get snow covered. So prepare for the worst, and hope for the best.

    Accumulations for most of us will be in the 2” to 5” range, with the best chance for seeing 5” South of I-287 in Westchester County. For those living near and north of I-84, you can expect 1” to 3” of snow. Stay close to News12 for LIVE updates tonight. And tune in tomorrow morning starting at 5am. I will provide LIVE updates all morning long.

  • HV SNOW ALERT FOR FRIDAY: Friday is the 1st day of spring here in the Hudson Valley. It’s obvious that Mother Nature could care less!

    Snow will develop here in the Hudson Valley between 10am and 1pm on Friday. Periods of snow, heavy at times, will then continue into Friday evening. The snow will end between 7pm and 10pm Friday evening. While some mixing is possible, this is looking like a mainly snow event for us here in the Hudson Valley, as temperatures hover just below 32F.

    Now, main roadways may be just wet until 4pm on Friday. HOWEVER, if we receive moderate to heavy bursts of snow early in the afternoon on Friday, all roadways may end up getting covered.

    As you can see from the above map, most of the Hudson Valley can expect 2” to 4” of new snow on Friday. Locations along and North of I-84 will see 1” to 3” of new snow. Things could change (and probably will) so stay close to News12 and News12.com for LIVE updates. I will send another update this evening.

  • HV SNOW ALERT FOR FRIDAY: It is looking more and more likely that we will have to deal with some snow here in the Hudson Valley on Friday, which is the 1st day of spring. Right now, it looks like snow will develop late in the morning on Friday and last into Friday evening. The snow may mix with rain during the afternoon on Friday, if surface temperatures warm enough. The good news is that the brunt of the storm may stay just south of the Hudson Valley. So if we do see snow accumulations they look to be minor, under 3”, at this point. In addition, roadways usually do not get snow covered in mid to late March during the daylight hours. This is because the sun is strong now, and its energy makes it through the clouds and slightly warms black topped surfaces. So you may be able to move around during the day on Friday without too much trouble, even though it will be snowing. I will post another update with complete details including timing and potential snowfall accumulations tomorrow morning.
  • SPRING SNOW ALERT! Please don’t hit me, but the chance for snow is now on the table for the 1st day of spring this Friday. A coastal storm is expected to form Friday morning to our south, and then move up the east coast Friday afternoon. Temperatures high in the atmosphere will be cold enough for snow. The question is, will surface temperatures be cold enough for snow? And right now, the answer is it is possible. The rain or snow will start mid-morning on Friday and end Friday evening. The good news is snow later in March usually has a hard time sticking on treated roadways during the daylight hours. This is because the sun is strong in March, and its energy makes it through the clouds and warms black-top surfaces. So travel may end up being OK on Friday, if we do indeed see snow. Of course its too early to talk about accumulations, and if the surface temp warms just a bit, we could still see mainly rain. So stay tuned…..

  • PARADE FORECAST FOR THE HV: St. Patrick's Day Parades start this weekend here in the Hudson Valley. If you plan on heading to one of the parades this weekend, here are the weather conditions you can expect.

    SATURDAY: When you wake up Saturday morning, rain will be falling here in the Hudson Valley. Periods of rain, with some heavy downpours, are possible during the morning hours on Saturday. The rain will taper off after 12pm Saturday, and will totally end after 3pm, here in the Hudson Valley. Temperatures in the morning on Saturday will be in the 30s, with afternoon temps in the 40s. So if you are heading to a parade on Saturday, carry the umbrella, and be prepared to get wet.

    SUNDAY: Conditions will be better on Sunday for parades here in the Hudson Valley. A passing rain shower or two is still possible on Sunday, but conditions will be mainly dry. Under a partly sunny sky, afternoon temperatures will climb into the 40s. So carry the umbrella again on Sunday, even though most of the time you will not need it.

    Of course, stay close to News12 and News12.com for LIVE weather updates this weekend.

  • HV STORM UPDATE: As you can see from the above map, anywhere from a Coating to 2" of ADDITIONAL SNOW is expected this afternoon here in the Hudson Valley. Snow continues, mainly south of I-84, as of early afternoon. The snow will lighten up in intensity a bit this afternoon, and taper off for good betwen 3pm and 6pm this evening. Stay close to News12 and News12.com for LIVE updates into tonight.

  • MARCH MADNESS! The arctic front is now going to hang-up close to the Hudson Valley. This now means that periods of snow will continue until mid to late afternoon today here in the Hudson Valley! Moderate to heavy bursts of snow are possible this morning, so if you are heading out, please take it easy on the roads. Temperatures will be dropping into the 20s, which means any standing water or slush will freeze this afternoon. As you can see above, most of us are now in the 2" to 5" snowfall range; only NW Orange, Northern Putnam, and Southern Dutchess Counties are the the Coating to 2" range. It is going to be an active and changeable weather day. So please stay close to News12 and News12.com for LIVE updates.

  • HV STORM UPDATE: The newest model information continues to trend farther south with the arctic front tonight. This will bring lower snowfall totals to us here in the Hudson Valley. Occasional rain will continue into this evening, as temperatures stay above freezing here in the Hudson Valley. After 10pm tonight, any light rain will change to light snow. Occasional snow will then continue into Thursday morning. As of now, a coating to 3” of snow is possible here in the Hudson Valley, with the best chance to see 3” south of I-287. Now with that being said, if the arctic front stays a bit farther north, we would need to re-introduce the higher totals back into the Hudson Valley; if the front moves even farther south, we could see even less snow on Thursday. So please stay close to News12 and News12.com for LIVE updates into tonight.

  • HV STORM UPDATE: An arctic front will move through the Hudson Valley tonight. This will cause temperatures to drop back into the 20s. As a result, any light rain this evening will transition to light snow after 10pm. As the front slips south, a wave of low pressure will ride up the front continuing our snow chance into Thursday. As of now, 2-5” of snow is possible South of I-287, with a coating to 2” of snow possible North of I-287 later tonight into Thursday afternoon. However, the exact amount of snow will be determined by the exact position of the arctic front. If the front slides farther south tonight, we will see less snow. If the front hangs-up here in the Hudson Valley, we will see more snow. I will say that the forecast is rather uncertain for later tonight and Thursday, so stay close to News12 and News12.com for LIVE updates.

  • HV STORM UPDATE: Snow will develop here in the Hudson Valley between now and 4pm this afternoon. The snow will fall quick and heavy from the start, which will impact the late afternoon and evening commute here in the Hudson Valley. By 8pm, 2” to 4” of new snow is expected. Around 8pm, the snow will mix and change to sleet and freezing rain (ice). By 10pm, most spots along and south of I-287 will be seeing plain rain, as temps climb above 32F. By 2am, most spots along and south of I-84 will be dealing with plain rain, as temps climb above 32F. Wednesday will feature occasional rain here in the Hudson Valley, as temps slowly climb into the lower 40s. The rain may end as more snow Thursday morning, but we will worry about that tomorrow. Stay close to News12 and News12.com for LIVE updates into tonight.

  • HV STORM UPDATE FOR TUESDAY: Snow will develop here in the Hudson Valley between 3pm and 5pm tomorrow afternoon. The snow will come down quick and rather heavy from the start, which will impact the Tuesday evening rush. Between 7pm and 9pm Tuesday evening the snow will begin to change to sleet & freezing rain (ice); before the changeover 1’ to 3” of snow is possible. By 10pm Tuesday evening, most locations along and south of I-287 will be experiencing plain rain, as temps warm above 32F. By 2am Wednesday morning, most spots along and south of I-84 will be experiencing plain rain, as temps warm above 32F. Occasional rain will then last into Wednesday night, as temps stay above freezing here in the Hudson Valley. The rain may end as more snow Thursday morning, but we will deal with that in a day or two. Stay close to News12 and News12.com for LIVE updates.

  • HV SNOW UPDATE: Light snow or flurries will break out this morning here in the Hudson Valley. The snow should stay rather light and sporadic through mid-afternoon, with around 1” of snow possible by 4pm. After that, the snow will turn steadier and a bit heavier, as we head into this evening. The snow threat will end by 3am Monday morning. While some wintry mix is possible towards the tail end of the event, especially south of I-287, this is looking like a mainly snow event for the Hudson Valley. Total snow accumulations will be in the general 2” to 5” range. I do expect the main roads to be OK for travel by 9am Monday morning. Stay close to News12 and News12.com for LIVE updates into tonight.

  • HV SNOW UPDATE: It now looks as if the snow will start a bit earlier on Sunday here in the Hudson Valley. Light snow or flurries will break out anytime after 9am Sunday morning. The snow should stay mainly light into the afternoon with around 1” of snow possible by 4pm Sunday. After that, the snow will fall steadier and heavier as we head into Sunday evening. The snow should end very early Monday morning between 1am and 4am. While some mixing is possible towards the tail end of the event, especially south of I-287, this is looking like predominately snow once again here in the Hudson Valley. Total snow accumulations look to be in the 2” to 5” range. Since conditions should be dry after 4am Monday, I would expect the main roads to be decent for travel by 9am Monday morning. Stay close to News12 and News12.com for LIVE updates. I will send another update Sunday morning.

  • HV SNOW ALERT FOR SUNDAY: Here are my initial thoughts about Sunday. Snow will develop here in the Hudson Valley after 3pm on Sunday. Snow will then continue Sunday night, ending by 4am Monday morning. This storm is now looking like all snow here in the Hudson Valley, which again, is actually good news. Total snow accumulations look to be 1" to 3" here in the Hudson Valley. Stay close to News12 and News12.com for LIVE updates into this weekend. I will send another update on Saturday.

  • SNOW UPDATE: The models are trending colder which means more snow and less ice and rain here in the Hudson Valley. But that may actually make cleanup Sunday morning a bit easier. Here are the details. Snow will overspread the Hudson Valley between 1pm & 4pm this afternoon. Snow will then continue in all of our communities through this evening. Around 10pm tonight, the snow will begin to change to sleet and then maybe to plain rain South of I-287, if temps get above 32F. I think most spots North of I-287 will stay either sleet or snow. I am NOT expecting much in the way of freezing rain with this system, which is good news. Regardless, whatever is falling in your hometown overnight will taper off after 1am. By daybreak Sunday, all the activity should be gone, with Sunday looking dry here in the Hudson Valley. Total snow accumulations look to be a general 3” to 6” here in the Hudson Valley. If your community sees mixing, you will be on the lower end of the snowfall range. If your community stays mainly snow, you will be on the higher end of the snowfall range. Stay close to News12 and News12.com for LIVE updates into tonight.

  • SATURDAY-SUNDAY STORM UPDATE: A few changes to the forecast for this weekend. The main change is that most of Sunday is now looking dry here in the Hudson Valley. Snow will develop in your hometown between 1pm and 4pm Saturday afternoon. Snow will then continue into Saturday evening. After 10pm Saturday night, the snow will change to ice and then to plain rain from south to north. By 4am Sunday, most locations will be seeing either plain rain or a wintry mix. However, by 7am Sunday any wintry mix or rain will come to an end. Before the changeover, most of Rockland and Westchester Counties can expect 2” to 4” of snow, while Orange and Putnam Counties see 3” to 6” of snow. As always, the forecast is subject to change, so check back for updates later today and Saturday morning. And stay close to News12 and News12.com for LIVE updates into this weekend.

  • HV SATURDAY-SUNDAY STORM UPDATE: It looks like a wintry mess is headed to the Hudson Valley this weekend. Here are my preliminary thoughts as of today. I think snow will develop here in the Hudson Valley after 3pm on Saturday. Snow will then continue Saturday evening, before changing to ice and then rain from south to north after 10pm Saturday night. A couple of inches of snow is possible before the changeover. By 7am Sunday, all locations will be above freezing, and therefore experiencing just plain rain. Sunday will be wet not white here in the Hudson Valley, with temperatures on Sunday up near 40F. The rain showers will taper off Sunday evening. Since it is winter, things could change, so check back for another update on Friday.

  • HV SNOW ALERT: Snow showers will affect the Hudson Valley between 8pm Tonight and 8am Thursday morning. Showers mean on & off, so its not going to snow all night here in the Hudson Valley. However, some heavier bursts of snow are possible with these snow showers. This will be an all snow event once again, and the snow should be light and fluffy. Total accumulations by Thursday morning here in the Hudson Valley look to be a Coating to 1". Stay close to News12.com for LIVE updates into tonight.

  • Here are a few snowfall totals from the quick moving storm that affected us early this morning....

  • HV SNOW UPDATE: With the storm taking a more southern route, snow totals will be a bit lower here in the Hudson Valley. In addition, the snow will end sooner now; the snow should end around 10AM here in the Hudson Valley. Total snow accumulations look to be a Coating to 2", with the best chance for the higher amounts the farther south you go here in the Hudson Valley
  • HV SNOW ALERT: A quick shot of snow is headed to the Hudson Valley later tonight into Tuesday. For specifics on the storm, along with how much snow to expect, scroll down.

  • Here are the specifics and timing of the next snow event headed to the Hudson Valley. The snow may be over before 12pm in most of our communities. To see how much snow will fall in your hometown, scroll down.

  • Here is how much snow is expected here in the Hudson Valley from our latest storm tonight into Tuesday. I think most of us in the Hudson Valley will be in the 1" to 3" range....

  • HV SNOW UPDATE: There are a few flurries scattered around the Hudson Valley this morning. However, the accumulating snow will develop today between 12pm and 3pm here in the Hudson Valley. The snow will stay rather light at first, with around 1” possible by 7pm. After that, light to moderate snow will fall tonight here in the Hudson Valley. The snow threat will end by 9am Sunday morning. This will be an all snow event, with no ice expected. Total snow accumulations look to be a general 2” to 5” for the Hudson Valley, with the best chance of seeing 5” east of the Hudson River. Stay close to News12.com for LIVE updates into tonight.

  • HV SNOW UPDATE: As of now, it looks like snow will develop here in the Hudson Valley on Saturday afternoon between 12pm and 3pm. The snow will then continue into Saturday night; the snow will fall light to occasionally moderate into Sunday morning. The snow threat will end by 9am Sunday morning. This will be an all snow event here in the Hudson Valley, with no ice expected. Total snow accumulations look to be 1” to 3” in Orange and Rockland Counties, with 2" to 4” in Westchester, Putnam and Southern Dutchess Counties. Stay close to News12 and News12.com for LIVE updates. I will send updates as conditions warrant.

  • HV SNOW ALERT: So here are the details for Thursday. Flurries will develop Thursday morning here in the Hudson Valley. However, I am expecting little to no accumulations through 12pm Thursday. Thursday afternoon will feature more in the way of snow showers, with some moderate bursts possible Thursday afternoon into Thursday evening. The snow threat will end by 9pm Thursday. This will be an all snow event, with no ice expected. Total snow accumulations here in the Hudson Valley look to be from a Coating to 1"; a few isolated spots may see up to 2". So I am not expecting major problems on the roads Thursday, even though some snow covered roads will be possible by later Thursday afternoon into Thursday evening.

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

  • Here is what you can expect throughout the entire Hudson Valley into tonight. Scroll down for how much additional snowfall can be expected.

  • Here is how much additional snowfall/sleet is expected here in the Hudson Valley until midnight. This does not include what may have fallen in your hometown before 9AM.

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