Wintry weather is on the way late this weekend, but meteorologists can’t say just yet what kind of precipitation will materialize on Sunday night.
“It’s hard to say for sure what is going to fall from the sky,” said David Stark, a meteorologist from the National Weather Service. “It could be a mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain, maybe even plain rain.”
Friday will partly cloudy and a very cold day, with morning temperatures in the teens that feel more like 0 degrees with the wind chill. Temperatures will rise to the low 20s in the afternoon and stay put.
Saturday will be cloudy, with highs in the upper 30s.
The storm system moving through Sunday afternoon is coming from the Ohio Valley in the west, and will be similar to the wintry mix that fell last Sunday and Monday, Stark said.
Alternate side parking is suspended through Saturday for snow removal. Garbage and recycling collections are delayed because of recent snowfall, but the Department of Sanitation said trash should be left on the curb for pickup.