"More than 7" snow and sleet forecast for Hudson Valley on Sunday

Violet Powell
February 13, 2017

This could also create blizzard conditions, and a blizzard watch has been issued for parts of eastern Maine.

This storm will be moving into the from the Ohio Valley and re-develop into a secondary low pressure south of Connecticut Sunday afternoon, rapidly intensify into a major nor'easter off the MA and New Hampshire coastline by Monday morning.

The quick-moving system started in the morning and was done by the evening, but it dumped several inches of snow throughout the region - from 10 inches in NY and Boston to 24 inches in parts of Maine.

But snowstorms are a fact of life in ME, and we've survived our share of nor'easters and blizzards.

Travel and daily activities could be brought to a standstill.

Much of New England and upstate NY will likely experience blowing and drifting of snow, resulting in hazardous travel conditions.

She said Friday that the plan was to get things cleaned up from the previous storms and make city streets passable, but not keep crews on until the streets were down to bare pavement. Also will make road travel risky. The city had 2,300 salt spreaders and plows rolling, and de Blasio advised residents to use public transportation if they must travel at all. "And the combination of those two things generally means there will be some type of tree damage we'll have to address", said Eversource spokesman Mike Durand. ME will likely see jackpot amounts of snow.

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Between 3 a.m. and noon Sunday, snow and sleet are expect followed by freezing rain.

And in Vermont, the governor declared Monday a "Powder Day", urging winter weather enthusiasts to take advantage of all the snow. This includes in Boston; Portsmouth, New Hampshire; and Portland and Bangor, Maine. The wind could also cause isolated power outages due to the weight of snow on branches and wires.

Portions of upstate NY should also be prepared for plowable snow from the storm.

This was just experienced a few days ago in Winter Storm Niko when thundersnow was reported in at least 4 states. In New York city the bus service was not operating for the whole day.

Winds could have gusts of up to 45 miles per hour on Sunday night, and visibility could be as low as half a mile at times. "We're in a very active pattern here".

For a complete local forecast check out our media partner, WCVB.

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