Pleasantville spared worst of nor’easter

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PLEASANTVILLE -

The nor'easter that battered a wide swath of the Hudson Valley Friday appeared to have calmed down in Pleasantville by late afternoon.

Light snow replaced the whipping winds and heavy precipitation from earlier in the day, which left the streets piled with slush.

Residents say they believed they dodged a bullet. 

But officials say people should still drive and walk carefully because roads are slippery, and the slush and water may turn to ice overnight.

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