NEW YORK CITY — Don't put away your shovel just yet.
Another winter storm will hit the city on Sunday and Monday, burying the city in up to 10 inches of snow, forecasters said.
According to AccuWeather's forecast, the snow could start falling as early as 9 a.m. on Sunday, with flurries continuing until noon. The storm will start up again at 10 p.m. and last through 6 p.m. Monday, forecasters said.
Temperatures are expected to drop as low as 15 degrees. This has been the second snowiest winter in recorded history in New York City.
Central Park was hammered with 28.8 inches of snow in February. The February record was set in 2010 with 36.9 inches.