Ice, snow coat Orange County roads

Areas across the Hudson Valley saw between 6 to 12 inches of snow overnight. The snow prompted Gov. Andrew Cuomo to close I-84 on Wednesday

MONROE - Areas across the Hudson Valley saw between 6 to 12 inches of snow overnight.

The snow prompted Gov. Andrew Cuomo to close I-84 on Wednesday and issue a state of emergency. County Executive Steve Neuhaus echoed that decision.

While the storm may have died down, there are still challenges getting around Orange County roads.

Piles of snow remain and icy roads are making driving conditions hazardous.

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