Snow could impact another commute in the Hudson Valley.

Over the weekend, Hudson Valley Weather was predicting the Hudson Valley would see 1 to 3 more inches of snow Tuesday morning.

However, in an updated forecast, thanks to warmer temperatures, most of the local area could see cold rain mixed with wet snowflakes.

As of this writing, Hudson Valley Weather is predicting 2 to 5 inches of snow for the Catskills, Columbia and Green counties, a coating to two inches in the upper Hudson Valley, including the higher elevations of Sullivan, Dutchess, Ulster and Orange counties, and mostly rain for the mid and lower Hudson Valley.

The local weather experts do warn that a shift in the storm, of about 25 miles, could lead to more snow for most of the Hudson Valley.

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The updated forecast sounds like good news for the local area which saw record-breaking snow on Thursday, leading to what many say was a "nightmare commute."

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