(Poughkeepsie, NY) -- Yet another nor'easter is expected to possibly bring more snow and ice to the East Coast.
It's expected to develop out of a low-pressure system tomorrow, the fourth such storm in three weeks. Hudsonvalleyweather.com predicts that storm will mostly miss the Hudson Valley moving to the south of the area. They say a second storm could bring some precipitation on Wednesday. “So Tuesday is definitely looking dry (95%+ chance of the storm going out to sea)… but Wednesday could hold maybe a 20% to 30% chance of bringing us a surprise.”
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