DUTCHESS COUNTY, N.Y. -- Periods of light snow expected to start overnight and last into Monday morning are expected to impact the a.m. commute with slick travel conditions in Dutchess County.
Light snow is expected to spread across the region after midnight, according to a Hazardous Weather Statement issued Sunday morning by the National Weather Service.
While only about an inch of snowfall accumulation is expected, it is expected through the morning hours, which may make for a slick commute on Monday morning.
Snow will be tapering off around 10 a.m. Monday in most parts of the county, with a chance of rain and snow through noon, following by a chance of rain after noon as the temperature climbs to a high of around 42.
Another system will bring snow Tuesday night, impacting the Wednesday morning commute, according to the National Weather Service.
Check back to Daily Voice for updates on both the overnight system moving through the area and the new system expected late Tuesday, and be sure to share this post on Facebook by clicking on the link below.
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