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New Storm Update: How Much Snow Will You Get? Depends On Where You Are

A look at areas where Winter Weather Advisories (purple) and Warnings (pink) are in effect. A look at areas where Winter Weather Advisories (purple) and Warnings (pink) are in effect.
A look at areas where Winter Weather Advisories (purple) and Warnings (pink) are in effect. Photo Credit: National Weather Service
Latest snowfall projections by AccuWeather.com. Latest snowfall projections by AccuWeather.com.
Latest snowfall projections by AccuWeather.com. Photo Credit: AccuWeather.com
Latest snowfall projections from the National Weather Service, released early Tuesday night. Latest snowfall projections from the National Weather Service, released early Tuesday night.
Latest snowfall projections from the National Weather Service, released early Tuesday night. Photo Credit: National Weather Service
Dutchess could see 9-12 inches of snow, with Poughkeepsie expected to be hit hardest. Dutchess could see 9-12 inches of snow, with Poughkeepsie expected to be hit hardest.
Dutchess could see 9-12 inches of snow, with Poughkeepsie expected to be hit hardest. Photo Credit: National Weather Service

The storm system moving through the area overnight Tuesday into Wednesday is turning out to be pretty complicated.

Early Tuesday night, the National Weather Service dropped Winter Weather Advisories across New York City and Southern Westchester, coastal Connecticut and portions of Northeast New Jersey as warmer air is expected and a changeover to plain rain is forecast, which will lower amounts in those areas.

But it will be a different story north of I-287, where advisories are in effect for Northern Westchester and Rockland through noon Wednesday, and especially north of I-84, where warnings are in effect for Orange and Putnam until noon Wednesday, and Dutchess, where the warning lasts till 3 p.m.

Areas south of I-287 should see generally 1-2 inches of accumulation, with up to 3 inches possible. But farther north, up to 5 inches is possible in Rockland and Northern Westchester and up to 6 inches possible in Putnam, up to 7 inches in Orange and up to 9 inches to a foot in Dutchess. (See images above.)

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