Blizzard warnings were issued from late Monday night through Tuesday evening for New York City and parts of northern New Jersey and southern Connecticut, while winter storm warnings and watches were issued for the remainder of the Northeast.
The latest forecast calls for 8 to 12 inches for New York City, which may be the heaviest snowstorm so far this season since Feb. 9, when Winter Storm Niko dumped 10.9 inches.
Along the coast, storm surges of 2 to 3 feet are expected, which would cause minor to moderate flooding.
Light snow is expected to begin late Monday night and intensify overnight into early Tuesday morning. The heaviest snowfall is expected Tuesday morning through the afternoon, with snowfall rates of as much as 2 to 4 inches per hour. Wind gusts could reach 50 mph.