Peekskill's Big Dig Out

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Shoveling snow was a common sight in Westchester County on Saturday, Feb. 9. Photo Credit: Michael Nocella

WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. – Although the winter storm dubbed Nemo is now in our rearview mirrors, there’s a high probability those rearview mirrors are covered in snow in Westchester County.

Many Westchester County residents spent their Saturday mornings and afternoons with shovels in their hands, as some towns saw snow accumulations finish at more than a foot.

Here are some of the final snowfall tallies:

• Armonk: 17.1 inches

• Mount Kisco: 12 inches

• Ossining: 11.5 inches

• Mount Pleasant: 8 inches

• Millwood: 7.1 inches

While Nemo lived up to its expectations in snowfall, it did not cause as nearly as many problems as the last big storm to hit the area — Hurricane Sandy last fall.

In fact, Con Edison reported Saturday morning that no power outages were reported overnight during the storm in Westchester.

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And thank you to the Pound Ridge Office of Emergency Management (OEM) for sending out an email that advised residents of town resources in case of an outage. We are very luck in Pound Ridge to have such a responsive OEM!

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