Snow arrives in the Hudson ValleyPosted: Updated:
The Hudson Valley is once again under the grip of a pesky nor'easter.
News 12 meteorologist Joe Rao says remnants from the nor'easter that soaked the region yesterday have worked their way back into the region and have combined temperatures that are hovering around freezing to create snow showers.
Rao expects the snow shower threat to continue across the region into tonight.
By tomorrow morning, southern Westchester and Rockland counties could get up to an inch of accumulation. Areas north of I-287 could get up to two inches of snow.
Some snow flurries and scattered showers could remain for most of Thursday.