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Kids enjoying snow banks on Marathon Place in Port Chester. Photo Credit: Suzanne Myette
A mother and her toddler enjoy making snow angels in Poughkeepsie. Photo Credit: James McKenna
River enjoys the snow in Croton-on-Hudson. Photo Credit: Maria Slippen
Stephanie Duval's two sons enjoy the snow in Croton. Photo Credit: Stephanie Duval
Gerry Browne's dog, Maxlee, comes in from the snow in Croton Photo Credit: Gerry Browne
Cosmo enjoys taking a walk in the snow in New Rochelle. Photo Credit: Gloria Reyna
The view from Filomena Fanelli's backyard in Poughkeepsie. Photo Credit: Filomena Fanelli
Jeanine Agnolet's front yard in Beekman Photo Credit: Jeanine Agnolet
The snow did not stop birds from enjoying some food. Photo Credit: Khamala Erskine
Grand Street in Croton remains empty following a snowstorm. Photo Credit: Gabriella Mirabelli
Jack enjoys the snow in South Salem Photo Credit: Mary Beth Wright
Vanessa Sudnik's kids enjoy the snow in Croton Photo Credit: Vanessa Sudnik
Snowblowers face off in Hopewell Junction Photo Credit: Keith Erichs
Mattia Marricco's dog, Foxy, enjoying the snow in Cortlandt. Photo Credit: Mattia Marricco
Susan Hiner's dog, Maisie, enjoys the snow in Croton. Photo Credit: Susan Hiner
Blind Brook Lodge in Rye. Photo Credit: Leslie Hatzel

The Hudson Valley felt the wrath of Old Man Winter on Thursday and residents are showing off their covered backyards. 

The storm, which will impact the area for about 12 hours Thursday, prompted schools and school districts to announce closures Wednesday evening.

Snowfall rates of 2 to 4 inches per hour are possible through noon Thursday, according to the National Weather Service.

Snow became heavy after dawn and will continue past midday. Winds will gust between 35 and 45 miles per hour, resulting in near-blizzard conditions at times. Scattered power outages are possible.

The snow is expected to taper off in the mid-afternoon Thursday and wrap up by nightfall with temperatures dropping to the mid-teens.

Much of the Hudson Valley will see between 8 and 12 inches of total accumulation, with locally heavier amounts possible, the National Weather Service said.

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