Watch: Massive Nor’easter snowstorm blankets New York City

Watch as a massive Nor’easter snowstorm blankets New York City on Tuesday (13 February).

The Northeast US is bracing for a winter storm today, with New York City projected to see up to eight inches of snow before Wednesday, the NWS forecasts.

Thundersnow — when lightning forms within a snowstorm — may also hit New York City, NWS Meteorologist Bryan Ramsey told The Independent.

Parts of New York could also see coastal flooding Tuesday morning through mid-day, the NWS said.

Officials are warning impacted residents to avoid travel and prepare for significant airport delays as the storm blows in.

This nor’easter comes just over a month after the first winter storm of 2024 hit the region, ending two-year-long snowless streaks for several cities, including New York City and Philadelphia