Thunderbolt 12: Snow, wintry mix expected to slow down travel in NYC

Commuters could be in for cold, long commute as the city prepares for another round of snow and a wintry mix.
As of 7 a.m., it was still dry in Westchester Square, but residents should make extra time for changing conditions.
The Department of Sanitation has issued a winter operations advisory so plows and salt spreaders are at the ready if needed.
Despite the advisory, News 12 meteorologist Mike Rizzo says the borough is not expected to see any intense snowfall.
Mayor Bill de Blasio says schools will be open for in-person learning today; and vaccination centers and testing centers will be running despite the wintry weather.
New Yorkers are urged to layer up as waiting to be vaccinated or tested could take some time.
The weather is expected to warm up later on, turning the wintry mix into rain.