HARRISON, N.Y. - Harrison woke up Tuesday morning to a fresh, thin coat of snow to be reminded that it's winter in 2012. Though sidewalks and walkways may have been a little slick, residents said the roads were quite passable with the little bit of snow that stuck to the area pavement.
The National Weather Service issued a Winter Weather Advisory for all of Westchester County Monday evening for freezing rain, sleet and snow. Harrison resident Ada Angarano said her part of downtown was looking a bit slippery, but safe for driving.
"Our main roads are clear, but the side roads are a bit slick," Angarano said.
Close to an inch of snow fell in Harrison, beginning around 9 p.m. Monday and eventually turned into rain overnight. The advisory said motorists should use caution, particularly during the morning commute.
Temperatures are expected to rise Tuesday with some rain to wash away any left over snow on the roads and sidewalks. With a high near 44 degrees and an 80 percent chance of rain, clouds should eventually give way to a breezy sunny day Wednesday with a high near 40 degrees.
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