With a wintry mix of snow and rain expected in the next few days, the city is issuing a travel advisory for commuters.
Light snow is already coming down today, which will transition into rain in the afternoon.
The temperatures are expected to plummet Tuesday night, causing for a messy commute.
The cold could produce spots of black ice on the road.
“We advise New Yorkers to take mass transit where possible, exercise caution and allow for extra travel time,” said Emergency Management Commissioner Joe Esposito. “Frigid temperatures will also return. Stay indoors as much as possible. If you have to go outdoors, limit your time and bundle up.”
Temperatures are expected to go back to the 40s by Sunday, and even 50 on Monday.