Projected Snowfall Totals Increase For Storm Set To Hit Bronxville

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Parts of Northern Westchester may see up to 6 inches of snow in Tuesday's storm. Photo Credit: File photo

WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. – The good news is the latest storm set to hit Westchester on Tuesday is a quick-moving system, and, by the end of this week, temperatures should hit the 50-degree mark.

Now, the bad news. Projected snowfall totals have increased.

The National Weather Service issued a Winter Weather Advisory for 4 a.m. Tuesday until 4 p.m. Tuesday.

Snow should begin sometime before daybreak Tuesday and become heavy at times during the morning before tapering off Tuesday afternoon.

Most of Westchester County is now expected to receive between 3 and 5 inches of snowfall accumulation, with lesser amounts near the coast, according to the National Weather Service. Parts of Northern Westchester may receive 6 inches or more.

Temperatures should continue to climb Tuesday afternoon, to a high between 38 and 40 degrees, signaling the start of a welcomed warming trend.

The outlook for Wednesday calls for a chance of rain and snow showers before 10 a.m., then a chance of rain showers with a high between 45 and 47 degrees.

By Friday, the temperature could reach or surpass 50 degrees.

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joanne.formisano:

I can't find a parking space for my car because of snow. I pay for overnight parking, yet when I called the Pelham police last night and told them I needed to park in an undesignated spot he told me NO, park in Mount Vernon and walk!!! Nice guy, HUH!!!???

KRider:

NOOOO so tired of driving to work in this snow!!! I'm moving to Georgia where everything shuts down when it flurries.

eefs:

The only positive is that with extended daylight, the snow doesn't last as long -- that is, the melt happens sooner. However, with the new snow laying on top of the old snow (and we of course, have a considerable amount) the new stuff will melt ... and leave a pile of the old stuff.

So tired of it. Yes, it "is what it is." But what it "IS" is "ANNOYING".

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