Light rain will begin later Wednesday night which will gradually change to snow.
Anywhere from 1-3 inches of snow is expected throughout the area, with accumulation up to four inches in some spots.
Check here for the latest advisories from the National Weather Service.
Some Tri-State area schools have already announced plans for a delayed opening on Thursday. Check the full list here.
NYC Emergency Management issued a travel advisory for Thursday morning and alternate side parking rules will be suspended for the day.
New Yorkers were urged to stay off the roads if possible.
"As more snow heads our way, New Yorkers should prepare for slippery road conditions and a messy commute on Thursday," said NYC Emergency Management Acting Commissioner Christina Farrell. "We urge New Yorkers to exercise caution. If you must travel, we encourage the use of mass transit and please allow for extra travel time."
The New Jersey Department of Transportation also issued a Winter Weather Congestion Alert for the morning commute. State offices will will have a delayed start time of 11:00 a.m.
Rain and snow tonight into tomorrow will impact tomorrow morning’s commute. Please exercise caution on the roads and take it slow.— Governor Phil Murphy (@GovMurphy) January 20, 2022
New Jersey State offices will will have a delayed start time of 11:00 AM.
AccuWeather Alert for a messy morning. High 35.
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Near miss?. High 26.
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Sun to clouds. High 29.
Snow or flurries. High 32.
Very Cold. High of 26.
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