The glorious stretch of weather that has rescued tri-state residents from a seemingly endless winter featuring "foureasters" and April snow has hit a speedbump.
A raging, windswept storm tore across the area as Monday's peak commute got underway, dumping more than 3 inches of rain on some spots.
The second of two storm fronts is set to bring chilly rain and even some scattered snow to the region Friday night into Saturday morning, Storm Team 4 says.
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Storm Team 4 has the latest details.
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