A few days ago, the Long Island area received its first snowfall since October.
But this time around, a winter storm warning has been issued for the area, which includes New York City, Long Island and the Nassau County coast.
Long Island has been hit by several blizzards in recent years, and it has been one of the coldest places in the U.S. in recent decades.
It’s expected that the storm will bring more snow than the winter storm warnings for parts of New York and New Jersey have caused so far.
But the weather forecast doesn’t sound as cold as last time, and the storm could bring warmer conditions, said Mike Peltier, a meteorologist at Weather Underground.
The forecast is very similar to last year, he said.
The storm has already started to weaken.
It was forecast to drop an inch or so Saturday morning, according to the National Weather Service.
It’s also expected to bring wind gusts of up to 60 mph.
Peltier said the weather is expected to be much colder in the New York area than last time around.
The storm was moving west-northwest Friday, which is expected more of a change than previous years.
The weather service has issued a winter weather advisory for Long Island, as well as New York’s Lower Hudson Valley and Long Island Sound, and said the area is currently experiencing wind gust totals of 30 mph.
The forecast calls for a high of 40 below zero on Sunday.
The next day, there will be a 50 percent chance of snow and the chance of sleet or a mix of the two will be 50 percent, according the weather service.