Heavy snow to fall in the Catskills

Forecasters are calling for heavy, wet snow to fall across the Catskills late this evening and overnight, moving from south to north.

Accumulations could reach 5 to 10 inches in western Greene and Ulster Counties, according to a winter storm warning issued by the National Weather Service in Albany

Maximum Snowfall Rates...An Inch Per Hour...Mainly Late Tonight Through Wednesday Morning. * Timing...Snow Arrives After Midnight. Snow Possibly Heavy At Times...Mixing With Or Changing To Rain In Some Areas By Wednesday Afternoon...Then Changing Back To All Snow Wednesday Night. * Ice Accumulations...A Minor Coating Of Ice Is Possible Over Western Greene And Western Ulster Counties.

Schoharie County is under a winter weather advisory, with forecasts of up to 3 to 8 inches of wet snow

Delaware and Sullivan Counties are also under a winter weather advisory. The NWS in Binghamton is calling for a mix of snow, sleet, rain and freezing rain, beginning at around 7pm, and yielding 4 to 7 inches of snow accumulation overnight before shifting over to rain.

In a forecast on the storm posted this morning, Hudson Valley Weather predicted heavy snowfall in high-elevation areas:

This will be a significant snowfall for the higher terrain. Areas above 1500 feet will likely see a 5-10"+ snowfall. This makes parts of Sullivan,Delaware,Western Ulster and Western Greene the bullseye. You local elevations can be found on google. For the hill towns that range from 500-1400 feet in elevation 3-6 is likely.