The Tarrytown Union Free Schools have called off after-school activities and emergency responders are girding themselves for what they hope will only be light dusting.
It started snowing today, mixed with cold rain, around 1:30 p.m., but Sleepy Hollow Police Chief Gregory Camp says "I don't expect we're going to get any accumulation."
But, weather being weather, he said he has extra officers for the night and more if need be.
It's the weakened trees that he's worried about if there is any pile-up. "Some of the trees are pretty precarious," Camp said.
"They say Sandy was the Storm of the Century," Camp said. "Here's hoping they don't come in threes."
The National Weather Service (NWS) predicts snow for the rest of the day and night, with a possible one to three inches of accumulation during the day and an additional one to three inches overnight.
There is a chance of rain and snow before 9 a.m. that will eventually clear up on Thursday. The NWS has issued a winter weather, wind and hazardous weather outlooks advisories.
The advisories warn of an accumlation of two to give inches of snow until 6 a.m. combined with gust of winds of up to 50 mph, which could affect traveling and bring down trees and power lines.
Con Edison said in a press release Wednesday that "more crews" are being called into Westchester County and New York City in anticipation of this week's Nor'easter in case it causes more power outages.
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