Officials from the state Department of Transportation said Route 202/Route6/Bear Mountain Bridge Road was reopened at 1:45 p.m.
Update, 10 a.m.:
The New York State Department of Transportation is reporting that Route 202, between Route 6 and Route 9D has been closed in both directions due to flooding. Check here for traffic updates as they happen throughout the day.
Update, 7:35 a.m.:
Anthony Ruggiero, Peekskill's director of planning, has announced that the city's Nutrition Program has closed for today and will reopen tomorrow due to the weather. The city's Seniors Club program has also cancelled activities for today.
Ready for another round of rain and snow?
Today’s forecast calls for more rain and possibly more snow in the area. Fortunately, the precipitation is expected to taper off tonight and Friday should be clear.
Commuters can expect rain and patchy fog before noon today, with a high temperature of about 40, according to the National Weather Service. While 1 to 3 inches of sleet accumulation was predicted to fall in Peekskill during the overnight, areas like Cortlandt Manor, Buchanan, Montrose and Croton-on-Hudson in the Town of Cortlandt were expected to get less than an inch.
Tonight’s forecast calls for a 20 percent of chance of snow. Check here for traffic updates throughout the day.