It may not yet be November, but the National Weather Service is warning of a possible "early season snowstorm" this weekend.
With today's high at 49, the snow and frozen rain may begin as early as tonight.
There is a winter storm watch in effect for the lower Hudson Valley from tomorrow morning through night and NWS warns there may be "heavy wet snow" during the day, adding up to four to eight inches.
If you haven't brought out your winter coat already, now is time, as gusts up to 30 mph tomorrow and temperatures in the mid-30s will make it feel a lot like winter is here.
This snow/rain mix have the potential to make the roads dangerous for traveling, so be wary of black ice and possible power outages from tree limbs falling with the heavy snow.
Currently, the National Weather Service predicts a 100 percent chance of rain and snow tomorrow and a 90 percent chance on Sunday.
Stay warm and check back with Patch for updates.