Updated 4:20 p.m.
Colder temperatures and potentially heavy snow are expected to hit the New York City area Tuesday and could make for a messy commute home.
The New York City Department of Sanitation is preparing to take on any potential bad weather and has issued a snow alert, starting at 9 a.m. Tuesday. Alternate side parking will be suspended tomorrow to facilitate with snow removal, but payment at parking meters remains in effect.
Six to 10 inches of snow are expected in the city, according to NWS. The flakes will start falling around 1 p.m. tomorrow and continue overnight.
The high will be near 23, with winds 11 to 15 mph, according to NWS. Temperatures at night will be chilly with a low around 10 and wind chill values as low as -4. Winds Tuesday night will be 18 to 25 mph.
Though the snow will end by Wednesday, highs will remain around the high teens to low to mid-twenties and lows in the teens for the next few days.
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