Super Bowl snowstorm takes aim at New York with up to six inches possible
Get ready to shovel out before the big game kicks off.
A winter storm warning was posted for Super Bowl Sunday as forecasters predict up to six inches could fall on the Big Apple.
The National Weather Service said the white stuff will start falling early in the morning and will continue through the day before tapering off in the evening.
Unlike last week’s monster storm, temperatures will remain near or above freezing, meaning some of the precipitation may fall as freezing rain, especially on Long Island.
Travel will be treacherous throughout the day, giving New Yorkers another reason to avoid gatherings.
The storm should be winding down by the time the Super Bowl between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Kansas City Chiefs kicks off at 6 p.m.
An Arctic blast of cold air will follow the snow, sending the mercury plunging into the 20s on Monday and Tuesday.