New York City is set to get pounded with up to a foot of snow as the city’s first wintry blast of the season rolls in Wednesday evening — with forecasters predicting an “ugly mess” across the region.
Six to 12 inches of snow is still on the cards for the city, with the more severe prediction more likely, Accuweather senior meteorologist Matt Rinde said Wednesday morning.
Substantial snowfall is expected to begin around 4 p.m.
“Of the six to 12 range, we are leaning toward the higher numbers, 10, 11, 12 inches at this point,” Rinde told The Post.
“Some things would have to go very wrong” if the city doesn’t see at least 6 inches, the meteorologist said.
Even then, Rinde said the Big Apple will likely get “get 3 inches of sleet.”
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