Orange highway crews hit the roads to deal with winter's last blast

Just days after warm spring-like temperatures, winter has decided to hit Hudson Valley Friday for one last hurrah.
Department of Pubic Works (DPW) crews in Orange County were out in force treating the roads as the snow began to accumulate. They are asking people to stay off the roads so they can do their job. DPW officials say they will use a liquid de-icer so snow will not bond to road surfaces. Many schools in south Orange County were closed.
As the storm intensifies in the early evening, sleet is expected to mix in with the snow, causing an icy situation. Parts of Hudson Valley may see up to a foot of snow after the storm ends.
To view conditions in Rockland County click here.