Staten Island Chuck was wrong.

Weeks since the groundhog predicted an early end to winter, the first day of spring felt more like a flashback to February as snow came down across New York City.

The National Weather Service reported a winter weather advisory through 2 a.m. Saturday as anywhere between 3 to 6 inches of snow are expected to fall Friday.

The combination of wet weather, which is expected to turn to rain and create potential ice conditions between midnight and 3 a.m, will pass by Saturday morning. Conditions will likely stay dry until closer to Wednesday evening.

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The Sanitation Department announced it had 500 spreaders and 1,000 plows ready for the snowfall, but that trash and recycling pick-up service continued uninterrupted. 

Unlike the February snowstorms, however, alternate side parking rules remained in effect.