NEW YORK CITY — Snow could again hit the city Saturday night, forecasters said.
"It's not totally out of the question that some wet snow flakes could sneak in," the National Weather Service's Tim Morrin said.
A cold front will move into the city Saturday and some precipitation is expected to begin by nightfall, Morrin said.
That precipitation will begin as snow higher in the atmosphere, but will mostly become rain by the time it reaches the ground, the NWS said.
"A few snow flakes could survive the trip to the ground," Morrin said.
Even if that snow reaches the city, it's not expected to accumulate and the chilly rain should end by about 10 a.m. Sunday, officials said.
Morrin warned that high winds will lash the city during that same overnight period, gusting up to 50 miles per hour.
"That could be another issue we have to deal with," the forecaster said.