NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Plows were out in force Friday during the second part of what was a slow-moving winter storm that blanketed the Tri-State Area with snow.
Those plows were also racing to clear the roads Friday night because of ripe conditions for black ice.
The storm left behind some significant snow totals for parts of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
In New York, Kent Cliffs received 15.5 inches of snow while Chappaqua was hit with 12.5 inches and the Bronx 7 inches.
In New Jersey, Highland Lakes was impacted with 11.8 inches, West Paterson saw 9.5 inches and Harrison got 7.8 inches.
In Connecticut, Newtown got 13.1 inches of snow, Shelton received 13 inches and New Fairfield dealt with 12 inches.
The end of the storm was expected to give way to sunny skies and temperatures near 50 degrees for both Saturday and Sunday. Temperatures on Monday are expected to be near 60 degrees.
The winter storm of the last few days left its mark. All county buildings were closed in Putnam County on Friday.
New York City suspended alternate side parking regulations to facilitate snow removal. Meters and other parking regulations remained in effect.