By Mark McIntyre, CBS2 Meteorologist/Weather Producer

Good Sunday morning everybody and welcome to March! We’ll be glad to leave February in the dust, the third coldest February on record for Central Park!

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Expect a high of 33 today but…with snow, sleet, and ice back in the forecast. Weekend storms seem to be the rule this winter!

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Snow will arrive in our western suburbs of New Jersey/Hudson Valley late this morning, with snow entering NYC by the lunchtime hour. Expect steadier snow developing by the evening with a wintry mix in the late evening. Looks like 2-4″ in NYC (though some 4.5-5″ reports can’t be ruled out), a coating to 2″ for the Jersey Shore and 4-6″ (with locally 7″) in the Lower Hudson Valley and far NW New Jersey.

(Credit: CBS2)

(Credit: CBS2)

Monday morning’s commute looks dry (as in no precip falling from the sky), but will likely be icy/slushy. Temps actually creep up to the 40 degree mark with breaks of sunshine! Tuesday, more clouds move in with some rain/snow showers possible.

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Stay tuned for the very latest on our winter that keeps rollin’ on!