Hudson Valley residents clean up from first snowfall of season

The storm started Friday night and continued through Saturday morning, leaving three to six inches across the area, a reminder of what's to come with winter just days away.

The storm started Friday night and continued through Saturday morning, leaving three to six inches across the area, a reminder of what's to come with winter just days away. (12/17/16)

HASTINGS-ON-HUDSON - Hudson Valley residents spent their Saturday digging out from the first significant snowfall of the season, a system that had a mixture of snow, sleet and rain.

The storm started Friday night and continued through Saturday morning, leaving three to six inches across the area, a reminder of what's to come with winter just days away.

No snow is in the immediate forecast. Temperatures are expected to rise overnight into Sunday.

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