ELMSFORD, N.Y. Residents were outside early, shoveling their driveways as the snow fell. While the snow was light, it accumulated quickly, forcing shovelers to return to the same area more than once.
By 9:30 a.m., nearly three inches of snow had blanketed Elmsford. Some residents were awakened by the clanking of snow plows bounding down the street, paving the way for cars to get by later in the day. The streets were quiet as residents stayed indoors, leaving their cars encased in thick, white snow.
Both Elmsford and Greenburgh police reported no road closures or injuries due to snow or ice as of 9:20 a.m.
Bee Line Bus service is running with 20 to 30 minute delays.
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for the lower Hudson valley, stating that snow is expected to fall until 4 p.m., with an accumulation of four to six inches. The heaviest snow is expected to end by noon.
The temperature is expected to remain in the low 20s with winds blowing five to 10 miles per hour. With a visibility of one-half mile, the National Weather Service advises not to travel as roadways will become slippery.
The forecast for Sunday is expected to be sunny and 32 degrees with the possibility of light snow, sleet or freezing rain in the evening. Monday will bring heavy rain with temperatures ranging between 35 and 50 degrees. Sunshine will return on Tuesday and Wednesday as temperatures roam between 25 and 45 degrees.
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