Even though Tuesday, March 20 is the first day of Spring, Winter isn't over yet.

A lot of speculation has gone into the fourth nor'easter that is coming up the East coast, but the forecast is starting to become more definite. According to Hudson Valley Weather, Winter Storm Toby could bring parts of the Hudson Valley 11 inches of snow.

The storm is expected to begin Tuesday night around 8 p.m., and go into Thursday morning, according to Hudson Valley Weather. They predict the storm will affect all of the Hudson Valley. Orange, Putnam, Rockland, and Westchester County are expected to get 5-11 inches of snow. 4-8 inches are predicted for Dutchess and Ulster County. They note that local areas could get more than the predictions.

The storm, just like the past 3 nor'easters, is expected to be wet and heavy snow. This means it could cause more power outages, fallen trees, and poor visibility. The guys at Hudson Valley Weather say Wednesday night's commute could be especially difficult.

A winter storm watch has already been issued for the Hudson Valley. As always, we'll keep you updated with the latest storm updates.