Snow is in the forecast for all the Hudson Valley, and the precipitation will likely impact schools and commutes on Thursday.

The National Weather Service believes snow may start falling in the Hudson Valley Wednesday evening, with most of the snow coming in the overnight.

As of this writing, the National Weather Service is predicting two to five inches of snow for Dutchess and Ulster counties, one to three inches of snow for Orange and Putnam counties and about two inches of snow for Sullivan County.

The National Weather Service currently reports a 70% chance of snow late Wednesday.

Hudson Valley Weather has yet to come out with their full snow total prediction for the region but on their detailed five-day forecast says there is a 70 percent the region will see two to five inches of snow Wednesday evening into Thursday morning.