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It may say spring on the calendar, but the weather's still stuck in winter mode in Westchester today. Snow has been falling since this morning with area roadways in Westchester County minimally affected. That's expected to change over the next 12 hours according to the National Weather Service.
A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect until 10 a.m. Thursday. The forecast is calling for rain and snow before 9 p.m. tonight. Then rain, snow and sleet low 29. 2-4 inches of snow accumulation possible. Chance of rain, snow and sleet Thursday before noon, then a chance of rain hi 41. Many afterschool activities have been canceled by Westchester organizations and school districts due to the forecast.
In Peekskill, a Winter Parking Weather Alert will be in effect beginning at 8 p.m. tonight, until further notice. As a result, all overnight parking on non-Alternate side streets is prohibited. Motorists are cautioned to follow the posted signs.
The good news for schools at least, is there won't be the need for an additional snow day.
Students throughout Westchester are in the midst of the mid winter break and any districts have been forced to cut short their break due to the large number of snow days so far this winter.
Forecasters say snow will fall overnight and into Washington's Birthday.
A winter weather advisory is in effect through 2 p.m. Monday.
Snow is expected overnight. Low 25. Total nighttime snow accumulation of 1-3" possible.
The monster storm that's been affecting a good portion of the United States is upon us and is changing. The National Weather Service has taken down its Winter Storm Warning and now posted an Ice Warning for Westchester County.
The storm started as snow earlier today, forcing the closure of schools and businesses. Many areas are currently seeing sleet, freezing rain and rain now and that is expected to continue through Wednesday afternoon.
Snow weary residents across Westchester are dealing with another winter storm, the 7th of the season. Dozens of schools throughout Westchester were closed as a result of the storm. Others were open and had an early dismissal.
Many roadways were difficult to navigate as cleanup crews scrambled to treat them.
The forecast is calling for snow this morning, then freezing rain and sleet this afternoon. Snow and sleet accumulation of 3-5" with some additional ice accumulation. Highs around 28.
Westchester is once again gearing up for more messy winter weather.
The National Weather Service has posted a Winter Storm Watch from Tuesday morning through Wednesday evening.
Forecasters say snow is expected to move in either overnight or tomorrow morning.
Snow, heavy at times tomorrow. with 2-4 inches of snow possible.
Precipitation is expected to change over to snow, sleet and freezing rain Tuesday night into Wednesday with significant icing predicted.
Turns out the snow was good for something after all!
State troopers say the snowy weather over the past couple of days was instrumental in helping them make a couple of DWI arrests in Westchester.
State Police in Somers say the snow was the likely cause of two motor vehicle incidents. One, occurred around 9:30 p.m. Wednesday night when cops found a car off the road in a snow bank on State Route 100 in the Town of Somers. The driver, police say, 65 year old Otto Leitner of Somers, was arrested after they determined he had a blood alcohol level of .18%.
With barely time to catch their breath, Westchester residents are about to be hit with yet another winter storm.
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning from 10 a.m. this morning to 6 a.m. Thursday.
Snow is expected to begin mid to late morning for most of Westchester County, picking up in intensity, with the bulk expected to fall on the overnight hours into early Thursday morning. Total snow accumulation of between 5 and 7" expected. Wind gusts of 10-20 mph are expected as well.
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