HEADLINES

More snow expected through Friday afternoon

Hudson Valley Weather's Radar shows the first area of moderate to heavy snow is pushing mostly southeast of our area. Areas south of I-84 did get in on some of the heavier snow, and we have seen reports of 1 to 3 inches of snow in parts of Rockland, Westchester, and Putnam counties. But the remainder of the region has anywhere from a dusting to an inch after the first part of this longe term event.  This is going to give the impression of a completely busted forecast.  The forecast of 3 to 7 inches is no where near being verified for 75% of the region and mainly to anyone north of I-84.   The forecast from 8pm tonight to 8am on Friday shows repeated periods of on and off light to moderate snow.  The lift in the atmosphere associated with the coastal low pressure appears to be enough to generate repeated areas of steady snow, that will accumulate slowly… but steadily through Thursday night and into Friday morning.

As we go through the next few hours, the guidance believes an area of light to moderate snow will fill in on radar across northeast PA and into the Hudson Valley.  From 8pm tonight to 8am on Friday the forecast shows repeated periods of on and off light to moderate snow.  The lift in the atmosphere associated with the coastal low pressure appears to be enough to generate repeated areas of steady snow, that will accumulate slowly… but steadily through Thursday night and into Friday morning.

During the on Friday (from 8am to 7pm) the snow continues to fall around the Hudson Valley.  It may taper off at times, and fall steadily at others… but the snow is clearly in our region through the day on Friday

Photos and forecasts from https://hudsonvalleyweather.com/

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