It's the winter that just won't quit.
With slush, snow and ice still on streets and sidewalks from the past couple of storms, more snow is falling on the five boroughs Saturday.
New Yorkers are well versed in handling the snow by now.
The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory through 11 p.m. Forecasters expect two to four inches of snow and strong winds at 22 m.p.h.
On Saturday afternoon, visibility fell to two miles at Central Park and as low as 1/2 mile at John F. Kennedy Airport, causing flight delays of more than two hours.
For anyone planning to leave town at any point this weekend, the forecast could snarl traffic and delay plans.
People on the Upper West Side on Saturday morning said they just want winter to end already.
"I'm so ready for summer. Yeah, I'm ready for a change,” said one New Yorker.
“I fell last week, Wednesday, and I am so scared. And I have to go to work,” said another.
Others said New Yorkers can handle whatever Mother Nature brings.
“Can't argue with Mother Nature, but we're New Yorkers we can't take it , we're tough, we're ready, we'll deal with it,” said a man on the Upper West Side.
New York has already seen 25 inches of snow this month alone, that's the amount usually seen in an entire winter.