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Just days away from the start of May, some residents in the region, including a large part of New York State, may be seeing some snow this weekend. (See image above.)
Snow showers could bring a coating of accumulation as far south as the northwestern Hudson Valley, including Sullivan County. The white stuff is expected early Sunday morning, April 28 as a round of precipitation moves west to east.
It's the same storm that is bringing up to 6 inches of snowfall to some states in the northern Plains and Great Lakes regions early in the weekend.
In this area, Saturday, April 27 will be a mostly cloudy, windy and cool day in downstate New York and Connecticut. The high temperature will only be in the mid 50s, but it will feel colder with a northwest wind between 15 to 25 mph and gusts as high as 40 mph.
Sunday will be partly sunny in the morning with a high again in the mid 50s. It will become mostly cloudy by noontime with afternoon and evening showers likely and up to a quarter inch of precipitation mostly.
It will clear out on Monday, April 29, which will be sunny with a high near 60.
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