Storm causes hazardous conditions, low visibility in Northern Westchester

Conditions during Tuesday's nor'easter caused dangerous conditions and at times zero visibility in Northern Westchester. 



As the storm ripped through Northern Westchester, highway crews did the best they could to keep up with the snow and ice buildup on the roads.



Road crews throughout the area started early and worked through the day but struggled to keep up with all of the snow. 



Many heeded the request to stay indoors during the storm, which left roads like Route 6 mostly deserted. 



The Lake Mohegan Fire Department didn't have the luxury of sitting back and watching the storm. They were called to put out a fire that engulfed a Town of Cortlandt truck. No one was injured, but the truck was a total loss.


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