Weather Update: Wintry mix to make for sloppy driving

A storm bringing snow and rain to the Hudson Valley on Thursday could leave up to two inches of accumulation in some parts of the

A storm bringing snow and rain to the Hudson Valley on Thursday could leave up to two inches of accumulation in some part of the region.

A storm bringing snow and rain to the Hudson Valley on Thursday could leave up to two inches of accumulation in some part of the region. (12/29/16)

NYACK - A storm bringing snow and rain to the Hudson Valley on Thursday could leave up to two inches of accumulation in some parts of the region.

News 12 Meteorologist Brysen Van Eck says morning snow has turned over to all rain in most parts of Rockland and Westchester counties. Van Eck says rain could turn back into snow as the nightfall but all precipitation is expected to be over by 6 p.m.

A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for Putnam and Orange counties, and Van Eck says those areas can expect a mix of snow, sleet and rain until 6 p.m.

Temperatures are expected to be slightly above freezing for most of the day, which means treated roadways in the lower counties will remain mostly clear of accumulation. However, untreated roadways in Westchester and Rockland counties are expected to get a coating of snow while upper elevations could see up to two inches of snow.

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