Forecast: Wild wind, snow showers

Here is the latest weather forecast in your area.

Here is the latest weather forecast in your area. (5:38 PM)

NYACK - A clipper storm making its way through the area is packing wild winds along with the chance of some light springtime snow for Sunday.

The National Weather Service has issued a high wind warning for Westchester and the Hudson Valley from midnight until Sunday afternoon. Wind gusts are expected to range around 40-50 mph, possibly resulting in some tree limbs and power lines coming down with a risk of power outages.

Temperatures will drop overnight into Sunday morning, and residents can also expect rain overnight that will change to snow. The snow will continue Sunday morning, and News 12 meteorologists say a coating to up to 2 inches of accumulation is possible, particularly on grass-covered areas.

Skies will clear gradually for the rest of the day Sunday and it will become mostly sunny by afternoon, but it will remain cold and windy, making it uncomfortable to be outdoors. The high temperature will only reach about 38 degrees. The strong wind gusts should taper off by Sunday evening.

Monday will see more chilly temperatures and more wintry weather. It's expected to be cloudy with periods of snow, changing to rain.

Tuesday will be partly sunny and breezy, with highs near 41 and lows near 26.

Stay with News 12 for the latest forecast information.

 

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