The Hudson Valley will recover from its chilly Valentine's Day weekend with some Presidents Day snow.

Much of the area is under a winter weather advisory from 1PM Monday through 10AM Tuesday with 1 to 4 inches of snow and sleet accumulation expected. Between a tenth to a quarter of an inch of ice is also expected.

Snow is expected to start falling Monday afternoon and transition to sleet and freezing rain by Monday evening, according to the National Weather Service. Road conditions will be hazardous Monday night into early Tuesday morning. The freezing rain should change over to rain by Tuesday morning.

The National Weather Service predicts most of Dutchess and Ulster will get about 3 inches of snow, with northern Dutchess and northwest Ulster seeing about 2 inches and southern Dutchess seeing about 4 inches.

Sullivan, Orange and Putnam counties will get about 4 inches of snow, though the area is expected to see less ice accumulation than Dutchess and Ulster.

National Weather Service