The Tri-State area's first winter storm of the year could bring 2 - 4 inches of snow to New York City and the surrounding area late-Thursday into Friday.
Forecasters expect snow to fall through the Friday morning commute, which could lead to slick roads and slow traffic, NBC New York reports.
Points south and east of New York City are expected to see the most accumulation. A winter storm earlier this week dropped more than a foot of snow on parts of New Jersey.
High temperatures Thursday are unlikely to exceed 38 degrees. Temps will drop towards freezing on Friday and come with gusty winds.
A wintry mix will make conditions messy and wet from Sunday into Monday, and an arctic blast arriving by Tuesday will push temperatures into the 20s.