For Friday evening, meteorologists expect freezing cold winds to make temperatures feel like 10 below.
The heaviest snow will start falling after 10 p.m. Monday.
Temperatures dipped to 8 degrees Thursday morning, narrowly missing the city's Jan. 8 record low.
Rain and dense fog caused extensive delays at the city's airports Wednesday morning.
The city could get up to 1.5 inches of rain by early Saturday, the National Weather Service said.
Flurries are expected to start falling around 7 p.m. Tuesday, the National Weather Service said.
After balmy temperatures, Thursday is not expected to top 26 degrees.
Central Park is looking at another two inches of snow Wednesday, the National Weather Service said.
New Yorkers were urged to wear layers and notify authorities of anyone they think needs help.
Driving winds and freezing cold hindered the FDNY's attempt to put out the enourmous fire, officials say
The city could get up to 4 inches of snow Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.
Wind-chill temperatures are expected to be in the teens Sunday as a cold front hits the city.
Temperatures are expected to reach 90 on Wednesday for the third straight day.
Winds could reach up to 30 miles per hour tonight, according to the National Weather Service.
Expect strong winds and low temperatures on Monday before Tuesday's high of 45.
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