Sunday will be breezy with snow at varying rates, tapering off by late in the afternoon.
The heaviest snowfall is expected between 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.
Untreated roads will be snow-packed and slippery as three to six inches of snow accumulates for most areas, but six to 10 inches are possible over eastern Long Island which will be closer to the track of the storm.
Expect one to three inches well north and west of the city, as those areas will be far removed from much of the moisture with this storm.
South Jersey should also expect less snow because of milder temperatures allowing rain to mix.
And keep those shovels handy next week. We may have another shot at snow or rain on Tuesday ushering in some bitterly cold Arctic air.
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