MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. ‒ Snow started to come down Wednesday afternoon on tens of thousands of electric company customers still without power in Westchester County, including 100 in Mount Kisco.
The utilities were monitoring storm forecasts from the National Weather Service and warning there could be more power outages from downed trees and lines.
More than 100 Con Edison customers remained without electricity in Mount Kisco more than a week after Sandy, and Con Ed officials said crews continued to work around the clock to restore power.
Wednesday's nor'easter will cause rain, snow and sleet to fall after 3 p.m., with wind gusts of up to 46 mph. A high wind advisory has been posted for Westchester County through 4 a.m. Thursday.
The storm will continue Thursday, with rain and snow before 10 a.m., a chance of rain later in the day and wind gusts of up to 47 mph lasting through the evening.
Bedford Central School District canceled all after-school activities Wednesday and advised of a possible snow day and or two-hour delayed start Thursday. Schools officials ask residents to check their Twitter @bcsdnotes or like BCSDNY on Facebook.
Stay tuned as The Mt. Kisco Daily Voice brings you more updates on the storm.