Crews work around the clock to clean up, restore power across Westchester

Those traveling across Westchester Thursday can expect to see many roads blocked off by downed trees or power lines.

A massive wind storm Wednesday knocked out power once again to the region, which was just recovering from a storm over the weekend. Thousands of customers are still without power in Westchester and Rockland. Crews are working around the clock to try to clean up all the debris left by the winds and restore power to residents.

Westchester officials have opened warming centers across the county for those who have no heat.

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