The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory until 6 a.m. in Westchester as snowfall could reach up to two to four inches. Gusts of wind will reach 30 to 50 mph, while temperatures will be in the mid-30s.
The NWS warns that the snow, sleet, ice and/or freezing rain will make roads slippery and dangers, while strong winds may caused trees, power lines and holiday decorations to fall leaving the possibility for property damage and power outages.
According to the local forecast, snow will stop by 8 p.m. and will turn into mostly rain or a snow/rain mix that will leave behind about a quarter of an inch of accumulation.
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