WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- With the latest threat of snow now exiting the region, Westchester residents now brace for a bout with bitter cold with temperatures in the single digits and wind-chills below zero.
Thursday will be mostly sunny as temperatures begin to plummet. The low for Thursday evening is expected to be around 4 degrees with a wind-chill as low as 5-below-zero.
Cold remains on Friday with partly sunny skies and high temperatures around 20.
Clouds roll into the area on Friday night and could bring light-to-moderate snow starting on Saturday and sticking around through Monday. Chance of snow with this system is 60 percent, but no accumulation totals have been forecasted.
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