Icy roads anticipated for Mon. commute

Crews are ready with road salt and plows to make sure the roads are clear for drivers. (3/3/14)

YONKERS - While the Hudson Valley won't be seeing as much snow as originally anticipated, plummeting temperatures means Monday's morning commute could be slippery and messy.

DPW crews say blowing snow and icy roads will affect Monday's morning commute. Crews are ready with road salt and plows to make sure the roads are clear for drivers.

Drivers are urged to be careful and watch out for any patches of black ice.

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As for air travel, snow has affected other parts of the country enough that some flights for Monday morning have been preemptively canceled. At Westchester County Airport, many flights heading to Chicago and Washington D.C. have been canceled as the two regions have been hit hard with snow and ice. Travelers are urged to check with their airline to see if their flight has been affected.

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