The Big Apple was being hit with a fresh round of powder Super Bowl Sunday from yet another storm, forecasters said.
The storm was forecast to coat the tri-state region with about 3 to 6 inches of snow by the time it finishes Sunday evening, senior Accuweather meteorologist Tom Kines said.
“Snow sometimes gets tough,” Kines told The Post.
Kines said it would be “more wet snow” as temperatures fluctuate in the mid thirties, almost freezing.
The National Weather Service said Sunday snow could carry as much as 1 centimetre per hour before it ends at 5 p.m.
Kines said, “Some people will need to be shovelling.”
The trip should be impacting on Sunday evening in the Super Bowl LV, potentially derailing watch parties, in front of the starting point for the Kanses City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
“Take it easy if you’re out and about tonight. Some roads at least will be slick,” said Kines.
But he said that the Sunday storm would not be as strong as the monster blizzard last week, which has closed schools and caused bus and metro interruptions.
“If we’ve made the last, it will be a walk in the park,” said Kines.
“We have no wind to fight with and for the beginning of this storm temperatures are above freezing,” he said.
But for one of the most snowy seasons, the latest count will help carry New York along the way.
“We are twice as normal as usual so far,” Kines said, adding that this winter, instead of the normal accumulation of 14 cm, there was 28 inches of snow.
And he warned that Tuesday, Thursday and the weekend could be more coming.
“We must see that the systems are pan-out but the possibility of snow certainly exists” said Kines in those days.
“They look not like strong storms, but can still cause problems or be annoying as they are today.”