New York City may be in for a big weekend with over a foot of snow expected to fall due to a winter storm sweeping its way through the country.
Prior to the weekend, we will likely see a little over an inch of snow in the city which is expected to begin around 7 p.m. on Thursday.
The storm itself will hit from Saturday night through Sunday, but according to AccuWeather there’s only a 10% chance that snow will fall continuously the entire time. (But we’re secretly hoping that number will increase between now and Saturday.) Based on a statement made by AccuWeather meteorologist Dave Dombek to the NYPost, the city will also see “a messy mixed bag of snow, sleet and rain.” So it won’t be a pretty snow storm, to say the least.
If enough snow does fall this weekend, it’ll be the first snow storm since the one that hit in mid-November, which brought about 6-inches to NYC’s streets! We’re not holding our breath on the full foot, but we’re crossing our fingers that some winter snow will come soon. (The sooner it comes, the sooner it goes…right…?)