The Big Apple is bracing for its biggest snowfall of the season as a storm approaches with just a few weeks left in a winter where flurries have been a rare sight.
With Old Man Winter running out of time to pack a snowy punch, the city could get 1-3 inches of accumulating snow when a winter storm gets underway Monday evening. Northern suburbs could expect heavier totals as the storm cranks up.
“New York City is going to be right on the sort of the dividing line between nuisance snow and no snow at all,” said Fox News Weather meteorologist Mike Rawlins. “So for the city, we’re in the 1-3 (inches) range.”
Long Island could also see the same snow totals as the city, with the Hudson Valley possibly getting between 3-8 inches — depending on how far north the storm churns.
The first snow will begin between the evening commute and midnight, Rawlins said — and keep dumping into Tuesday morning.
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