WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. – Winter’s firm grip on Westchester County will be as strong as ever through next week.
Thursday will be marked by a frigid wind chills with gusts as high as 30 to 32 miles per hour and a high temperature between 28 and 30 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. There is a chance of afternoon snow showers.
Frigid cold will then set in with overnight lows near zero and wind chills between 10 and 12 degrees below zero.
After a sunny and cold day Friday with a high between 18-20, there is a chance of snow showers Saturday and the potential exists for a major winter storm from Sunday evening into Monday evening.
While it is too early to predict the storm’s impact, Accuweather.com has projected a possible accumulation of up to 6 inches.
The long-range forecast shows temperatures struggling to top the freezing mark through the end of next week.
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