MetroNorth reports continued delays; Central Hudson reports scattered power outages in Putnam
Snow and high winds have left Philipstown with 18″ on the ground and drifts 3-4 feet high. The National Weather Service (NOAA) predicts that any remaining flurries will taper off but winds will continue throughout the day. Temperatures are expected to rise through the week reaching the high 30s by New Year’s Eve.Ã
Schools are on vacation but there are many closings, which may be found here.
MetroNorth continues to report “service changes” on the Hudson line with trains runing hourly only; service on the New Haven line is suspended and there are delays system-wide. LaGuardia, JFK, Newark and Stewart airports are closed. For additional information, including area traffic reports, click here.
Central Hudson reports power outages throughout the region, with scattered outages in Greene and Putnam counties. Power is expected to be restored to the vast majority of customers today. If power is lost, customers may call Central Hudson’s PowerLine at (845) 452-2700 or 1 (800) 527-2714 or contact them via their website http://www.centralhudson.com/,
Visit Philipstown.info for weather and related updates throughout the day.
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