Season's second snowfall expected Tuesday

A woman's umbrella is inverted by the strong A woman's umbrella is inverted by the strong winds of a nor'easter on North Avenue in New Rochelle. (Nov. 7, 2012) Photo Credit: Faye Murman

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The Hudson Valley will see a light dusting of snow Tuesday morning and afternoon.

Monday will be partly sunny, with seasonal temperatures in the 40s. But a storm will move in Tuesday, bringing with it temperatures in the low to mid-30s and a few inches of snow, News12 meteorologist Rob Eisenson said.

The snow will begin in the morning, just when commuters are hitting the roads for work, and be over before the workday. But there shouldn't be enough snow to tie up traffic.

"I don't think it's going to snow hard enough to cause big travel problems," Eisenson said.

On Wednesday, the weather will return to more seasonable temperatures in the 40s, though it will be a few degrees colder than Monday in the wake of the storm, Eisenson said.

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