For the third time in less than two weeks, a nor'easter is heading towards the city — although the five boroughs can expect little in terms of snow Monday night and Tuesday.

A winter weather advisory is in effect citywide from 8 p.m. Monday through noon on Tuesday. 

Light snow is projected to develop Monday evening and end Tuesday morning, bringing 1 inch of snow or less.

The Bronx and Queens have the best chance of seeing some accumulation, although it will mainly be on grass and cars.

The city should see light snow between 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday, before it turns steadier later in the night. But little to no accumulation is expected Monday night.

Snow is expected to end mid-morning Tuesday during the rush hour. Street and sidewalks are projected to be wet, with minor accumulation.

Minor coastal flooding is possible in areas like Broad Channel during high tides.

Sustained winds are projected to peak at 20 to 25 miles per hour, with wind gusts up to 30 to 35 MPH possible.

The winds, in conjunction with wet snow, could bring down isolated tree branches, but tree damage or power outages similar to what the city saw in the last two nor'easters is unlikely.

Long Island is projected to receive the most snow due to the storm. Eastern Long Island could face 3 to 6 inches snow, and Central Long Island could see 2 to 4 inches.

One to 2 inches of snow is possible in New Jersey and Rockland, Orange, and Putnam Counties. 1 to 3 inches are forecast Connecticut.

Partly sunny skies are likely Monday morning, but more clouds are expected to move in during the afternoon. The high temperature is projected to reach 42 degrees.

A high temperature of about 40 degrees is forecast for Tuesday.

The sun is projected to return Wednesday, although a few leftover snow showers are possible. Look for a high of 42 degrees.

The second half of the week looks like it will be dry and seasonably cold, with temperatures forecast to be in the 40s.