New York City is melting mega with great cold.
According to forecasts, warmer temperatures rise after more than double the average annual snowfall this season.
According to AccuWeather, the latest multi-day snowfall to dump at least 4 inches of powder in Central Park in Manhattan and about 5 inches at Kennedy Airport in Queens ended Friday afternoon.
Experts said the temperature would rise to the 40s in the coming days, causing the existing snow to melt and the city would be relieved of excess accumulation.
“There will be a chance of rain or snowfall on Monday, [but] We are not expecting any accumulation from that. More in the suburbs, northern and western suburbs, we can see some accumulated snow, ”said AccuWeather senior meteorologist Alan Reppert.
Central Park has so far accumulated a total of 37 inches of snow, more than double the average for Manhattan at this point in February.
“The normal snowfall then was 18.1 inches, so that’s a lot more than we normally see,” Reppert said.
Nevertheless, this season’s snowfall is still low on the record: in the winter of 1995–96, the city was slammed with Is 76 inches Of snow.