Tracking the Storm: Rockland County

NANUET - A winter storm is covering the Hudson Valley with wet, heavy snow creating dangerous driving conditions.

News 12's Robert Wolf reports that with 3-6 inches of snow predicted, the regions roads can be a treacherous place to get around.

The snow is expected to be heavy at times during the morning hours and start tapering off around 4 p.m.

Drivers tell News 12 that the roads were in decent shape this morning but conditions are quickly deteriorating. They expect the afternoon commute will be difficult.

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