NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Once again, snow and freezing rain fell throughout the day and into the evening across the Tri-State area Tuesday.
A winter weather advisory expired at 7 p.m. for most of New York City, northeast New Jersey and the north shore of Long Island and until 9 p.m. in southern Connecticut.
It’s the fourth snowfall for the region in the last 10 days.
A bitter blast will follow the snow overnight. Tri-State Area residents will wake up Wednesday to a temperature of 22 degrees in the city, 14 in Westbury, 13 in Sayville, and 12 in Armonk.
A total of 1.1 inches of snow was recorded at Central Park. Greenpoint, Brooklyn, saw 1.0 inches; Franklin Lakes, N.J., saw 3 inches; and Washingtonville, Orange County saw a shoe-engulfing 4.8 inches.
With an overnight low temperature in the mid-20s, there are renewed concerns about driving safety as roads freeze again. The National Weather Service also warned that drivers’ visibility could be diminished by the snow and blustery winds.