[Updated 5 a.m. Monday]
Much of Pleasantville and Briarcliff Manor is still affected by Saturday's , but that doesn't mean the snow itself will stick around for too long. Today's high is 51 degrees, according to the National Weather Service, and temperatures will be consistently in the 50s throughout the week. On Thursday, it may even reach a warm 60 degrees.
As of 5:15 a.m. on Monday, 1675 Briarcliff Manor Con Edison customers still do not have electricity, along with 966 in Pleasantville. The estimated restoration goal for Westchester remains Wednesday night at 11:59 p.m.
As of 9:15 p.m. on Sunday evening, 1,837 Briarcliff Manor Con Edison customers are without power, as well as 962 in Pleasantville. The estimated time of power restoration for all of Westchester County (currently 62,135 customers) is Wednesday, Nov. 2 at 11:59 p.m.
At 6 p.m. this evening, Pleasantville Mayor Peter Scherer said in a statement, "...we have lots of homes dark in several other neighborhoods (Lake, Hays Hill, Grandview, sections of Skytop) and scattered outages on many other streets. We just heard that the Leland neighborhood has lost power within the last hour...and are now checking to see what happened there."
[Monday Morning Update]
Briarcliff Schools will be closed today, Oct. 31, "Due to additional power lines down overnight," according to the district's website.
The will be operating on a two-hour delay schedule on Monday. In an alert sent out by Superintendent Mary Fox-Alter this evening, she said the three schools all received power back today. All Halloween activities scheduled for tomorrow will go on as planned.
still is partially without electricity, according to the 's website.
As of now, the district plans to operate on a two-hour delay on Monday "to allow for additional time to travel safely to school."
"We will contact Todd families in the morning if we are unable to open Todd School," states a note on the website. "All out-of-district transportation will also be on 2-hour delay."
While Upper Harlem Line service was halted by Metro North due to downed trees on the tracks today, the MTA is now reporting, "Regular Monday service will be provided between Southeast and Grand Central Terminal on the Harlem Line. Customers may experience delays and cancellations due to residual effects of the storm."
Regular service will continue on the Hudson Line as well.
Beeline and Paratransit buses are on or close to schedule.
The Westchester County Airport is open - check for individual airline statuses.
There are numerous issues throughout the county due to slick conditions and downed trees.
The Bronx River Parkway is partially closed northbound only from the Sprain Brook Parkways to Scarsdale.
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- in Briarcliff Manor is offering FREE showers to anyone in the community without electricity.
- The football sectional playoffs game was postponed from Saturday until today at Valhalla High School.
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