The brunt of the Nor'easter passing through the area impacted the area Monday evening into early Tuesday morning with strong gusty winds and heavy rain.
Rain was accompanied by sleet and freezing rain, especially farther north, where numerous school districts in Northern Westchester, Putnam and Dutchess announced either closures or delays for Tuesday. For the complete rundown, click here.
More rain is expected throughout the day Tuesday with a high temperature around 40, but the wind-chill factor making it feel more like between 25 and 30. New precipitation amounts between a quarter and half of an inch possible.
There could be fog in some spots during the Tuesday morning commute.
Freezing rain will become lighter in Putnam and Dutchess during the morning, but there could be some additional periods of freezing rain and sleet in the afternoon into this evening. Some snow will mix in later Tuesday as well in areas north of I-84. Roadways, sidewalks, parking lots and driveways are very slippery in those areas due to ice and slush.
Southern Westchester and Rockland received about an inch of rain as of 5 a.m. Tuesday.
Coastal flooding is possible for Southern Westchester through 11 a.m. Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.
Rain is expected to taper off Tuesday evening, but there could be some sleet overnight into Wednesday as the low temperature will be right at around the freezing mark.
Wednesday will be mostly sunny and warmer with a high in the mid-40s.
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