HARRISON, N.Y. - Snow started falling in Harrison early Saturday in the first significant storm of the season. Resident Ada Angarano submitted her Harrison photos to The Daily Harrison , noting that snow was so heavy in certain areas that trees were snapping and falling.
"We heard a loud crash and watched this tree snap and fall across our street in between two parked cars," Angarano said. Angarano said the town's Department of Public Works removed the fallen tree and others in town within a few hours.
Harrison police didn't report any serious incidents as of Saturday evening.
A winter weather advisory for Harrison is in place until 6 a.m. Sunday and will include not just the white stuff but high winds and perhap power loss. The temperature will hover near 35 degrees Saturday with winds traveling at up to 32 miles per hour.
Harrison will accumulate an inch or more of snow before nightfall Saturday, according to forecasters.
Snow banks as high as seven inches may greet residents when they awake Sunday. Nightime winds could approach up to 45 miles per hour but are expected to die down to 15 or 18 miles per hour by Sunday and temperatures may rise up to 46 degrees.
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