A three-pronged storm system that delivered gusty winds that led to scattered power outages and morning snow squalls Sunday has one parting shot left that may come during the Monday morning commute in the form of a mix of snow and sleet.
A freeze warning is in effect from 8 p.m. Sunday until 10 a.m. Monday. The freezing temps will kill sensitive plants if not protected and brought indoors, the National Weather Service warns.
Overnight lows will be around 30 with a chance of snow after 2 a.m. Monday.
An inch of accumulation is possible in central and southern Westchester and Rockland.
Most of the area will see a mix of snow and freezing rain before 8 a.m., followed by rain after 8 a.m.
The changeover to rain may not come until later in the morning -- around 11 a.m. -- in Putnam and parts of Northern Westchester, where 2 inches of accumulation is possible in areas north of I-287.
Monday's high temperature will reach the mid 40s.
Rain is likely Monday night, possibly mixed with snow before 8 p.m, followed by a chance of snow. Little or no snow accumulation is expected.
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