Despite towering snow drifts and freezing rain, White Plains schools will be unaffected by Monday's wintry weather, officials said.
Gelid rain is currently pelting local streets as residents work to clear away the remaing snow from Friday's squall. But the district has no plans to cancel after-school activities, either.
Nearby school districts—like Port Chester and Briarcliff—are functioning with a two-hour delay.
Temperatures are expected to hit the low-40s Tuesday, helping to blast away mounds of snow flanking city streets, sidewalks and driveways.