If you look outside your window, good bet you’re seeing snow.  The Hudson Valley is in for significant snow, anywhere from five to ten inches by the time the storm ends late in the day on Wednesday.

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning until 3pm on Wednesday afternoon.  They say to expect heavy snow and plan on difficult travel conditions, especially during the morning commute on Wednesday.  Visibility will be reduced at time and roads will be snow covered.  The National Weather Service says during the height of the storm, expect snow fall rates of an inch per hour.  This warning goes into effect for the entire Hudson Valley region, southern Vermont, northwestern Connecticut, and Berkshires.

The National Weather Services says the worst of the storm or the heaviest part of the storm will be after midnight and into the early hours on Wednesday morning, before the low-pressure system off the coast pulls north and away from the area.

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