STORM WATCH

Extreme heat continues with scattered storms throughout the weekend

Snowstorm lightly dusts NYC metro area

Snow blanketed parts of the New York metropolitan area Sunday, including the Bronx, causing problems for some. The region saw about an inch or two after the day was over. The snow turned into rain Sunday

News 12 Staff

Dec 3, 2007, 2:50 AM

Updated 6,046 days ago

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Snow blanketed parts of the New York metropolitan area Sunday, including the Bronx, causing problems for some.
The region saw about an inch or two after the day was over. The snow turned into rain Sunday night.
While drivers didn't experience whiteout conditions, they did endure slow driving on major roadways.
The storm, which comes weeks before the official start of winter, will also affect Maine. Meanwhile, snow and ice plastered the Midwest Saturday, disrupting airport and highway traffic. At least three people were killed there.
AP wire reports contributed to this story.


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