On Tuesday, a winter storm is heading for New York City and could drop between 1 and 3 inches of snow on the Big Apple, projections indicate.
AccuWeather senior meteorologist Paul Walker told The Post on Monday that flakes are expected to start flying ahead of sunrise Tuesday before picking up through the morning and then moving to a mix of snow, ice and rain in the middle to late morning.
Because of this case, it’ll be wet snow,” Walker said.”
He noted that the precipitation combined with cold temperatures could make things “icy” though “we’re not looking at a big snowstorm.”
“Tomorrow morning, it will make for a slippery commute,” Walker said.
According to Walker, the storm that is moving in from the Ohio Valley is expected to drop between 1 and 3 inches of snow in and around the town and between 3 and 6 inches north and west of the Big Apple.
“Late tomorrow night, the snow will be winding down,” Walker said. “There may still be a few flurries around Wednesday morning.”
Tuesday’s projections indicate a high of 34 degrees in the Big Apple, with a real-feel temperature of 31 degrees and a low of 33 degrees.