Another winter storm is forecast to hit New York City on Thursday. But like most of the storms this winter, it won't result in dreaded snow.
WHEN YOU CAN EXPECT HEAVY RAIN
A Flash Flood Watch will be in effect for the city Thursday, and downpours are expected.
Heavy rain will push towards the five boroughs around 8 a.m. A line of thunderstorms is projected between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m., with 1 to 2 inches of rain expected. That means street, subway, and highway flooding is possible. Expect gusty winds amid a Wind Advisory as well.
The rain is projected to finish by the evening rush.
WILL IT BE COLD ON TOP OF THE RAIN?
Expect some showers Wednesday evening with temperatures in the upper-40s. The warmth will ensure the city won't see snow, but New Yorkers will deal with another temperature rollercoaster. The high Thursday is forecast to be in the 50s before it slides down to the mid-30s Friday, low-30s Saturday, and back up close to 40 on Sunday. The normal high temperature for this time of year is 38 degrees.
So far this season, the city has seen 7 inches of snow. The normal total at this point is 10 inches, and the total at this point last year was 18 inches.
If you capture any photos and videos of the storm and any flooding, be sure to tag them #NY1Pic on Twitter and Facebook.