How much snow will New York get Friday and Saturday? See projected inch counts

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The National Weather Service issued a winter storm watch for parts of the Hudson Valley for Friday evening through Saturday evening. The watch, which is in effect for Westchester County and New York City, is in anticipation of accumulating snowfall through Saturday. Snow accumulation is expected for the rest of the Hudson Valley including, Rockland, Putnam, Dutchess, Orange, Ulster and Sullivan counties.

AccuWeather senior meteorologist Paul Walker said the first flakes will begin falling in the Hudson Valley region late Friday night, possibly not until after midnight, and continue through the day Saturday and into the evening.

National Weather Service snow forecast for the Hudson Valley
National Weather Service snow forecast for the Hudson Valley

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The National Weather Service is still tracking the storm, but it made initial calls Wednesday evening.

How much snow is expected?

Here's what the National Weather Service is calling for Friday and Saturday as of Thursday morning:

Westchester County

White Plains: 8-12 inches

Rockland County

New City: 6-8 inches

Orange County

Middletown: 3-4 inches

Port Jervis: 3-4 inches

Dutchess County

Poughkeepsie: 4-6 inches

Putnam County

Cold Spring: 4-6 inches


Kingston: 3 inches

Sundown: 2-3 inches

Sullivan County

Monticello: 1-2 inches

This article originally appeared on Rockland/Westchester Journal News: New York snowfall forecast: How much snow will Hudson Valley get?

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