ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - Break out the snow brushes and ice scrapers, winter isn't done just yet in parts of upstate New York.
A cold front that swept across the region Tuesday has dumped several inches of snow in some areas. Commuters will find roads and highways clear Wednesday morning but residents in eastern parts of the state will have to clear ice and snow from vehicles.
The change in the weather has sent temperatures plunging from highs in the mid-60s on Tuesday to the 20s and even the teens in some upstate areas. The temperature in Saranac Lake in the Adirondacks dipped to 15 degrees before dawn.
Forecasters say the warm-up begins Wednesday, with temperatures climbing into the 40s and hitting the 50s by the weekend.
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