PELHAM, N.Y. The snow storm that blanketed Westchester this weekend has left some in Pelham without power Monday. Some roads also remain closed, as of Monday evening.
More than 700 people in the Pelham area are without power, according to Con Edison. Several trees throughout the area have fallen on power lines and onto roads, which caused some street closures, as well.
As of Monday afternoon, Ancon Avenue was closed at Eastland Avenue, according to Pelham police. Pelhamdale Avenue was also closed near Monterey Avenue and Manor Lane.
Pelham resident David Katz works at Depot Market on Fifth Avenue and lives in Chester Park. He said despite the snow and wind, he and his street maintained power.
We were spared, Katz said.
Katz worked on Saturday and said that area also avoided outages and major damage. The snow did affect his stores ability to make deliveries to customers.
He grew up in upstate New York, so Katz said the sight of snow so early in the year did not surprise him. But Katz said he was amazed that this particular storm brought heavy enough snow to knock down trees.
Contact Pelham reporter Andrew Meola at email@example.com.
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