Just two days after early March temperatures soared into the mid 60s, the National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for tomorrow morning.
The advisory covers Orange, western Ulster, and Sullivan Counties. For Orange County, snowfall amounts are forecast to range between two to four inches. In Sullivan and western Ulster Counties, snowfall totals are expected to range between one to three inches.
The snow is expected to last for several hours throughout the late morning and early afternoon. Although snowfall rates will not become excessively heavy, a wet snow is expected. This could bring down small tree limbs that may have been damaged during the wind storm two nights ago.
With temperatures forecast to hover around the freezing mark, along with the rising sun angle this time of year, most snow should only accumulate on grassy surfaces, with only slushy accumulations on the roads.