Multiple winter storms are expected to pass through the Hudson Valley over the next several days and one has a chance of being "significant."

The first snow came early Friday morning. The snow was tracking south but headed into the area at the last minute. Most of the Hudson Valley only saw a coating to an inch, but it was enough snow to cause a messy Friday morning commute.

The next storm is expected to hit the area late Friday night into Saturday morning. Hudson Valley Weather believes the snow should start falling around midnight and end around noon on Saturday.

As of this writing, Hudson Valley Weather is predicting a coating to six inches of snow, depending on where you live in the region.

The upper parts of the region should see a coating to three inches. Orange, Ulster and Dutchess counties and parts of upper Putnam County should see two to five inches of snow, while the lower parts of Putnam, as well as Rockland and Westchester counties, is forecast for three to six inches of snow.

The biggest storm may be Sunday evening into Monday morning. Weather experts are still tracking that storm, but as of this writing the National Weather Service believes there is "the potential for a significant snowfall Sunday night into Monday morning."

Hudson Valley Weather is also still researching Sunday's storm and says their models show conflicting information, but one model shows a "major snow event for our area."

In a video posted to Facebook Friday morning, Hudson Valley Weather says Sunday's storm has the potential to bring six to 12 inches of snow for the entire region, with areas seeing over a foot of snow.

In the video, Hudson Valley Weather says there is "potential for the biggest snow of the season," but also says there is a chance the storm will "stay mostly south of the Hudson Valley.'