WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- The latest nor'easter isn't quite done with Westchester County yet.
After persistent snow bands coated the region for the morning commute Thursday, a few lingering periods of light snow or flurries will continue to threaten the region throughout the day and evening Thursday.
High temperatures are expected to be around 35 with less than an inch of additional accumulation expected.
Friday will feature partly sunny skies and temperatures near 38, but wind chills will make it feel like 15-25 degrees.
A slow warming trend will continue over the weekend with sunny skies and temperatures reaching into the 40s by Sunday.
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