Westchester commuters face slow go on the roads

Commuters across Westchester faced terrible driving conditions as a fast moving storm dropped anywhere from 6 to 10 inches of snow Friday.

The morning commute was made even more dangerous because visibility was very poor. The northbound side of the Saw Mill River Parkway in Elmsford was shut down temporarily because of the road conditions. Drivers could only go about 20 miles an hour in most places.

The county highway crews were out clearing the roads of snow and putting down salt and sand in the hopes of making the evening commute much smoother.

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