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Rex tries to walk in the Ossining snow.
Rex tries to walk in the Ossining snow. Photo Credit: Miriam Risko
The view from Bedford Hills.
The view from Bedford Hills. Photo Credit: Barbara Cervoni
Ossining covered in snow
Ossining covered in snow Photo Credit: Greg Connors
Christine Matthews' Jefferson Valley deck is covered in snow.
Christine Matthews' Jefferson Valley deck is covered in snow. Photo Credit: Christine Matthews
The snow hides the Hudson River in Sleepy Hollow.
The snow hides the Hudson River in Sleepy Hollow. Photo Credit: Barbara Nackman
Mohammed Ceesay stepped up when Ossining Deputy Fire Chief Matt Scarduzzio asked residents to adopt a fire hydrant to assist firemen in case of an emergency. He adopted 3.
Mohammed Ceesay stepped up when Ossining Deputy Fire Chief Matt Scarduzzio asked residents to adopt a fire hydrant to assist firemen in case of an emergency. He adopted 3. Photo Credit: Kemi Pogue
The snow in Briarcliff
The snow in Briarcliff Photo Credit: Tricia Robbins
An empty Main Street in Tarrytown
An empty Main Street in Tarrytown Photo Credit: JoAnne Murray
Bruce Apar's VW Bug is buried in Yorktown
Bruce Apar's VW Bug is buried in Yorktown Photo Credit: Bruce Apar
Snow falls in Ossining
Snow falls in Ossining Photo Credit: Lisa Bevan
Mead Pond in Rye.
Mead Pond in Rye. Photo Credit: Fiona Dugan
Alyanna walks in the snow in Yorktown Heights.
Alyanna walks in the snow in Yorktown Heights. Photo Credit: Kimberly Irwin Ritacco
Snowed in at the Hudson Valley Writer's Center.
Snowed in at the Hudson Valley Writer's Center. Photo Credit: Burns Patterson

WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Westchester residents woke up to snow covered backyards Tuesday morning.

A Blizzard Warning is in effect until midnight Wednesday for Northern Westchester.

Blizzard Warnings that had been in effect for Southern Westchester, Southern Fairfield and Northern New Jersey were lifted Tuesday morning around 9:30 a.m.

Snow, which arrived in the pre-dawn hours, will become heavy at times, with snowfall rates of up to 2 to 3 inches per hour possible during the late morning and early afternoon north of I-287. It will continue through the evening in areas north and west, but taper off farther south in the afternoon.

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared a State of Emergency that took effect midnight Tuesday covering all 62 counties in New York. Metro-North service was shut off in and out of Grand Central at noon.

In Westchester, all Bee-Line Bus service is suspended until further notice.

Wednesday will be mostly cloudy with a high only reaching 30 and scattered snow showers after 11 a.m.

After mostly sunny but brisk days Thursday and Friday, there's a chance of some more snow Saturday.

Have a photo of what the snow looks like from your house? Send it to sbarron@dailyvoice.com.

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