New York to see more cold weather, wind chills, storm

Laura Donovan Contributor
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Get ready for an even bigger chill, New York – and maybe even more snow.

National Weather Service forecasters were predicting dangerous wind chills of -1 to -5 degrees from Sunday night into early Monday morning.

They were also warning that “a significant winter storm” could hit the city on Tuesday and Wednesday.

“This is the weirdest weather I’ve ever seen and I’m 34,” said Jason Garcia, of Hunt’s Point, Bronx. “Getting around sucks because they don’t clean off the snow right. It’s depressing.”

New York, which generally sees about 21 inches per winter, has gotten more than 36 so far this season. Much of that fell in a two-day December blizzard that dumped 20 inches on some parts of the city.

Full story: Winter weather slated to get colder, snowier in the coming days, forecasters predict