NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Snow is headed towards parts of the Tri-State area Tuesday.

A winter weather advisory is in effect through Wednesday for parts of northeast New Jersey, southern Connecticut and southeast New York.

Forecasters are calling for snow to start falling late Tuesday and continue into Wednesday.

A coating to two inches of snow are possible in the city with two to four inches possible for parts of New Jersey and the Hudson Valley. Forecasters say there could be more snow farther north and west.

CBS2’s Lonnie Quinn says only snow will be seen north and west, while some rain is expected to be mixed in with borderline temperatures along the coast.

New York City is expected to see about three hours of real snow.

The track of the storm was still under observation late Tuesday, although the models were coming in line late Tuesday.

The city has suspended alternate side parking rules for Wednesday in advance of the storm.

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