NYACK - As milder temperatures flow in behind the latest winter storm, drivers in the Hudson Valley will finally start getting a break on the roadways.

Today's storm dumped up to another three inches of snow on the region this morning. Temperatures in the upper 30s to 40s over the next five days will help melt some of the snow that has accumulated.

News 12's Ty Milburn says that most of the county's major arteries are in decent shape with plenty of blacktop showing. However, secondary streets are still slushy and have black ice. The poor conditions are being blamed for numerous accidents in the area.

Metro-North train lines are on or close to schedule. TOR and TZX buses are all operating normal schedules. Though, riders should expect some minor delays.