Latest projections for the storm system that will arrive in the area overnight predict some parts of the Lower Hudson Valley could see 6 inches of snow accumulation.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect from midnight until Saturday afternoon. The advisory states that periods of snow will cause travel difficulties and that residents should be prepared for snow-covered roads and limited visibilities and use caution while driving.
Snow should begin falling sometime after midnight Saturday continuing through much of the morning before turning to rain and perhaps a period of sleet sometime before noon. (For snowfall accumulation projections for the area, check the image above.)
Temperatures will increase from the teens and low 20s on Friday to near freezing Friday night and into the low 40s during the day Saturday.
Rain will continue on and off through 1 p.m. Sunday, followed by a chance of showers. Sunday's high temperature will soar to around 50 degrees.
The outlook for Monday calls for mostly sunny skies, but cold, with the high temperature struggling to hit 30 degrees.
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