By CBSNewYork Team

By Matt DeLucia, CBS2 Meteorologist/Weather Producer

It’s a snowy Sunday across the region! While it won’t be nearly as much as last week’s storm, we’re still expecting enough to slow you down and make for difficult travel for several hours.

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Snow will continue into the afternoon. For coastal locations S&E of the city that started out as rain/mix this morning, surface temps are cooling leading to snow filling in there as well.

Overall, a general three to six inches are possible with the higher totals in any banding that sets up. The east end of Long Island could have some six inches or more by the time it pulls away.

The heaviest snow falls between now and 3 p.m. It’s a very quick mover, tapering to flurries between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. from west to east.

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WEATHER TIMELINE: Winter Storm Could Bring Up To 8 Inches Of Snow Sunday

It’s cold overnight as temps drop into the teens and 20s. Monday is bright and cold with highs struggling to reach 30. Be sure to stay tuned as there are more precip chances ahead through the week.

Stay safe and enjoy your Super Bowl Sunday!

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