A storm that hit the Midwest and upstate New York with a mix of snow, ice and rain will reach the area Thanksgiving Eve and could cause travel disruptions in parts of the Hudson Valley into Thursday morning.
Parts of upstate New York have seen as much as 40 inches of snow the last two days.
The National Weather Service issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook statement just after 6 p.m. Tuesday that includes Northern Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess and Rockland.
"There is potential for a light wintry mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain to develop Wednesday night and continue into Thursday," the statement said. "Any freezing rain will create hazardous travel conditions."
After a partly sunny day Wednesday with highs in the lower 40s, points north in the area could see a bit of snow, sleet and freezing rain overnight Wednesday into Thursday, with a chance of freezing rain and snow after 3 a.m. Thursday, and a chance of snow and freezing rain up until 10 a.m. Thanksgiving Day in Northern Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess and Rockland.
There could also be slippery conditions in Southern Westchester, but the precipitation should be all rain during this time frame.
Thanksgiving Day will be cloudy with a high around 40.
The overnight low Thursday into Friday should stay above the freezing mark. Black Friday will be mostly cloudy throughout the day with a high in the upper 40s.
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