NEW YORK (PIX11) — New Yorkers won’t have to worry about moving their vehicles on Tuesday.

Alternate side parking rules were suspended on Tuesday, Feb. 28, to facilitate snow operations, the Department of Transportation announced Monday. Parking meters will remain in effect.

A Snow Alert was issued on Monday. A Winter Weather Advisory remained in effect for New York City and coastal areas through Tuesday afternoon.

Folks in New York City and areas north can expect snow and sleet to continue through the morning. Areas south of New York City, including Long Island, will predominantly see rain for the remainder of the storm.

About 2 to 4 inches of snow are expected in New York City, Long Island, and northeastern New Jersey. The highest snow totals – about 5 to 8 inches – are expected in the northern and western suburbs of New Jersey and the Hudson Valley. 

This has been the least snowy winter to date for the New York City area, according to the National Weather Service.