NWS models put Westchester County on the edge of the snowstorm. That would normally mean little or no snow for our County, but the NWS has indications bands of snow could drop an inch an hour of snow just east of us, just after noontime. The forecast of 2-4 inches includes if we get a brief band. So watch out for travel late morning or early afternoon for a sudden increase in snow rate for a while, especially if you are traveling east or south of here.
From the NWS forecast discussion….
Max snowfall rates may approach 1 inch per hour at the New York City terminals, with higher rates likely at times at Islip, Bridgeport and Groton. Lesser rates are expected at Newburgh. Timing of highest rates would mostly likely be in the afternoon. Expected snow totals: 6-10 inches...KISP/KBDR/KGON 3-5 inches...KLGA/KJFK 2-4 inches...KHPN/KTEB/KEWR 1 or less inches...KSWF