A nor'easter is churning through the Northeast states, aiming a nasty mix of rain, sleet and snow at the Catskills region.
As of this post, Delaware County is under a winter storm warning issued by NWS Binghamton through 1pm on Tuesday afternoon. The rest of the Catskills -- Sullivan, Ulster, Greene and Schoharie counties -- are under winter weather advisory.
The most recent forecast from Hudson Valley Weather calls for anywhere between four and eight inches of snow across the Catskills, with more accumulation possible in some areas. A wintry mix of precipitation will make road travel dangerous this afternoon and evening, especially after sunset, and is not expected to taper off until early Tuesday morning.
Local weather forecasters in NWS Binghamton, NWS Albany and Hudson Valley Weather are tracking the storm on social media as it moves through the region.
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