Spring hasn’t sprung quite yet.
New York could see up to two inches of snow this weekend thanks to a low-pressure system moving out of the Ohio Valley and passing south of the city. A mix of rain and snow is expected to fall over the course of the day tomorrow with the possibility of a light dusting by Sunday morning.
“By tomorrow night, we could see snow mixing back in as the sun sets and then turning to all snow before it all ends Saturday night,” Joe Pollina of the National Weater Service told DNAinfo.
Today is expected to remain cloudy, cool and windy with a high in the low 50s and a slight chance of rain.
Snow in April in NYC is unusual, but not completely unprecedented. There were major snow storms the first weeks of April in both 1996 and 1982.