Update, 2:30 p.m.
The Briarcliff Manor Union Free School District has canceled all evening activities for Wednesday.
The Briarcliff Manor Education Foundation (BMEF) dine-a-round, initially scheduled for Thursday, has been postponed until Thursday, March 14.
After Tuesday's spring-like weather, the rest of the work and school week will likely be a bit drearier, reminding us winter is still here.
Today is expected to remain overcast with high winds, some snow and rain.
Tonight, up to 1-3 inches may accumulate, the National Weather Service is predicting.
Tomorrow is also supposed to be "breezy" with a bit more snow that won't accumulate to more than half an inch.
But tomorrow night could bring another 1-3 inches, NWS says.
Overall, it appears the major winter storm expected to hit many of our northeastern neighbors may just skim the Westchester County region.
"But with a big storm like this one, just a shift of 20 miles could have a major impact," Ossining Town Highway Superintendent Mike O'Connor, pointed out.
Friday night also have a slight (20 percent chance) of snow.
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