It Snowed in Many Parts of the Hudson Valley Monday
It's the winter that just won't end! On the final day of April, many parts of the Hudson Valley actually saw snow.
Some are hoping we can call it "Winter's Last Stand," because on April 30 temperatures were about 20 degrees colder than normal with many areas seeing snow.
On Monday around 10:30 a.m., snow fell in Greenwood Lake, northjersey.com confirmed.
"It’s happened before," National Weather Service Meteorologist Carlie Buccola told northjersey.com. "I wouldn’t say it’s normal."
Elsewhere many reported snow on Hudson Valley Weather's Facebook page.
- Glen Spey
- Greenfield Park
- Greenwood Lake
While we haven't heard of any reports of snow in Dutchess County, it was the coldest April 30 on record in Poughkeepsie in 88 years!
Did it snow near you? If so, let us know on our Facebook page or in the comments below.
Now the good news, warm weather is on the way! The local area should see temperatures in or near the 70s and 80s for the rest of the week!
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