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Scenes From Saturday's Snowstorm

Bedford was blanketed by snow Saturday.
Bedford was blanketed by snow Saturday. Photo Credit: Carol Bloom Stevens
The snowstorm from Pleasantville.
The snowstorm from Pleasantville. Photo Credit: Shane McGaffey
Much of Dutchess County was spared from the snowstorm through the morning hours.
Much of Dutchess County was spared from the snowstorm through the morning hours. Photo Credit: Filomena Fanelli
The snowstorm in Port Chester.
The snowstorm in Port Chester. Photo Credit: Suzanne Rothberg
Goldens Bridge gets snowed in on Saturday.
Goldens Bridge gets snowed in on Saturday. Photo Credit: Bobbe Stultz
Taco after his morning walk in the snow.
Taco after his morning walk in the snow. Photo Credit: Carol Arrucci
A grocery store in Port Chester was cleaned out ahead of the storm.
A grocery store in Port Chester was cleaned out ahead of the storm. Photo Credit: Joan Grangenois-Thomas
Long lines greeted patrons at a grocery store in Port Chester ahead of time
Long lines greeted patrons at a grocery store in Port Chester ahead of time Photo Credit: Joan Grangenois-Thomas
A street scene from Maria De Gorostiza in Ossining.
A street scene from Maria De Gorostiza in Ossining. Photo Credit: Maria De Gorostiza

The Hudson Valley got hammered Saturday, as people woke up to find themselves buried under a winter storm that lived up to expectations.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared a State of Emergency that includes New York City, Long Island, Westchester, Putnam, Rockland and Orange counties.

All of Westchester, Putnam and Rockland are under a Winter Storm Warning.

The warning, originally scheduled to take effect at 6 a.m. Saturday, has been pushed up to 4 a.m. It was originally scheduled to expire at 1 p.m. Sunday. But is now is scheduled to end at 7 a.m. Sunday. Dutchess County is under a Winter Weather Advisory for the same time frame.

Southern-most Westchester and New York City are now expected to see as much 18-24 inches of snow with anywhere from 12-18 inches of snow forecast for most Westchester and Rockland. Northern Westchester, Putnam. and Northern Rockland are now projected to get 8-12 inches.

Totals for Dutchess County, which had originally been projected as between 1 to 3 inches, could be as high as 5 to 6 inches in some parts of the county.

Attached are photos from the storm from throughout the area submitted by Daily Voice's team of community advisors.

Send your storm photo to Community Editor Sam Barron at sbarron@dailyvoice.com.

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