The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory, and it remains in effect until 1am Monday morning, (February 5, 2018.)  The advisory is for the Capital District, Taconic, Mid-Hudson Valley, eastern Catskills, Schoharie Valley, center and eastern Mohawk Valley and Berkshire regions.

For the Hudson Valley, we saw light snow Sunday afternoon and then it changed back over to the rain as warm air moved in. As cold air tries to take hold again, we will see some mixed precipitation. Of course, a winter advisory means periods of snow, sleet or freezing rain will cause travel difficulties. The National Weather Service, says to plan on slippery road conditions and reduced visibility at times.

As of 8pm, Sunday night in the Highland area, we had slushing mess on the sidewalks and side roads. Earlier in the day, it had snowed, and then it changed to rain and then begin to get colder.  Sun for Monday, but more snow Tuesday and Thursday.