More snow has made its way to the Tri-State area. The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory through 2 a.m. Sunday for New York City, Long Island, portions of central and southeastern Connecticut, and portions of northeast New Jersey.
Snow began to fall in New York City around 1:30 p.m. on Shabbos as the storm moves west to east.
Steady snow is expected to continue through the evening and could become heavy at times.
Warm air will then move in Saturday around 8 p.m. and turn the snow to freezing rain, raising concerns about icing on roadways overnight.
The storm is then expected to change over to rain for early Sunday morning.
Before the rain begins, places like Ocean and Monmouth counties in New Jersey and most of Long Island can expect several inches of snow.
New York City, its immediate suburbs, Westchester and Rockland counties in New York and Essex, Union and Bergen counties in New Jersey could see up to 6 inches of snow.