WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- The worst of a powerful Nor'easter that brought up to a foot of snow in parts of Westchester County had ended by the early to middle of the afternoon Thursday, but the 24-hour storm is expected to deal one parting shot before finally exiting.
A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect until 6 a.m. Friday, with overnight snow expected that could bring an additional 5 to 9 inches of accumulation, according to the National Weather Service.
The National Weather Service is reporting the follow unofficial snowfall totals as of 2 p.m. Thursday:
Bronxville, 13. 3 inches
Hastings, 12.5 inches
Harrison, 10.5 inches
Mount Kisco, 10.5 inches
Yonkers, 10.5 inches
Armonk, 10.2 inches
Somers, 9.0 inches
Peekskill, 9.0 inches
Drivers are still being warned to stay off of roads on Thursday. Freezing rain and sleet should turn to all snow after 10 p.m. Snow could be heavy at times and there could be Thundersnow.
Friday will provide a brief respite from snow with mostly sunny skies and a high near 40.
But more snow is expected overnight Friday as a clipper system could bring 2 to 4 inches accumulation before ending by midday Saturday.
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