Listen: Westchester County, White Plains, Westchester discussed on Red Eye Radio
"And now, we'll get to the cause of all these problems the weather forecast. What was but now let's look forward to what will be cloudy and windy early this morning with periods of rain temperatures slowly rising overnight later today. Morning rain in a near the city rain across northern New Jersey, the Hudson valley and Connecticut could end is a period of snow otherwise remaining windy with clouds breaking for some sunshine, high forty six. Right at night. Mainly clear, brisk and colder, low thirty six Saturday, partly sunny, brisk and chilly, high forty seven Sunday, mostly cloudy and chilly, high forty three partly sunny, Monday, high forty eight Tuesday, partly sunny, and colder, I just forty well forty two right now with some light rain in Islip, Long Island, thirty one mile an hour gusts clocked over there and all over the area. It's very windy. A lot of fog lockup in White Plains. There's also drizzle reported so along with some thirty mile an hour gusts just feels raw there so temperature-wise filling like twenty five up there in White Plains. CBS news time is actually three twenty two. That snow turned to rain, and it was all pain all the same all around the tri-state state up in Westchester county, miserable commute I was caught on a one hour eight mile trip and the horror stories about, but I've just been out on the roads that driving through some of the communities in southern Westchester. And they're starting to clear up the temperatures getting warmer. And so it's getting better if the rain comes as is expected overnight or wash some of it away, it'll be a one commute headaches. But what a what a commuting headache? It was is. I'm sure Westchester county executive George Latimer joined us last night. Sure. Yeah. The situation would be much better at three twenty two in the morning, but either way yesterday snow was still a reminder that a lot of people cannot afford to have a good coat to keep warm while out in this kind of weather,."