Meteorologist Jeff Smith reports that the city could see up to an inch of snow before it switches to rain.
One to three inches of snow is expected to hit the northern and western sides of the city, causing a potentially messy work commute Monday morning. ABC reports the Catskills are expected to accumulate as much as three to five inches.
The National Weather Service expanded its winter weather advisory to New Jersey. The expanded advisory will include Mercer, Middlesex, Hunterdon, Morris, Somerset, Sussex, and Warren counties in addition to the western part of Passaic County.
At 2:30 p.m., a weather alert for Erie Country was sent out warning drivers that road conditions will deteriorate early in the evening. According to WGRZ, a steady light snow will continue to fall throughout the evening across western New York, the Genesee Valley, and the western Finger Lakes.
Certain roads in parts of New Jersey, such as Boonton, were said to be icy and packed with snow on Sunday evening. According to ABC 7, the RoadCam7 truck ran into a few problems when trying to come down a hill; the truck was eventually rescued by the fire department.
ABC 7 reporter CeFann Kim tweeted a photo of the truck, writing "Don't do what we did! Got stuck on snow covered steep road in Boonton in @ABC7NY RoadCam. Started sliding off road!"