(New York, NY) -- Governor Andrew Cuomo is declaring a state of emergency for the New York metro area, including Putnam and Rockland counties and points south, due to the nor'easter.
The governor redeployed 300 National Guard members, generators and 350 additional large plow trucks to the region. He says currently there are no plans to close any superhighways but warned residents there could be a change as conditions worsen.
The nor'easter is expected to dump over-a-foot-of-snow in the lower Hudson Valley with the heaviest snowfall expected for the commute home.
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