We are still dealing with the repercussions of the massive snowstorm that hit New York a few weeks ago and, yet, we might have to brace ourselves for another major weather happening in the next few hours... or days?
According to AccuWeather, "parts of the New York City metro area will be at risk for slippery travel conditions" as the week wraps up. Specifically, the experts predict that the current wintry mix that is descending upon the entire state might actually transition to snow.
The potential precipitation is directly connected to the storm that made its way through the central United States just yesterday, causing a ton of flight delays and cancellations.
Governor Kathy Hochul actually already advised New Yorkers to avoid dangerous conditions and try and limit travel.
Lucky for us, though, the city seems to be equipped for the weather event. "In the New York City metro area, you do have to respect the fact that we are talking about a large city which holds more heat than surrounding locations," AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Dave Dombek said.
As usual, we'll be sitting here, waiting for the town to be enveloped in white powder—a beautiful sight indeed, until it turns into sleet.
If the bad weather persists through the weekend, you'll know where to find us: either at the best places to be cozy as f*ck this winter, the top fireplace bars in town or at one of the 11 ridiculously cozy dining spots in New York City.
As usual, stay safe, New Yorkers!