Latest National Weather Service forecast is now calling for 8-12 inches of snow between noon today and early morning tomorrow.
The potential is for some areas in and around the city to get as much as 14 inches of snow.
Because of the timing of the storm, I would expect school to be in session tomorrow, as the snow is expected to end in the early morning hours, giving enough time for major roads to be cleared for the morning rush.
That will still make for a hazardous trip into work for many - and will definitely mean low turnout in attendance in NYC schools.
It will essentially be a lost school day - and as I posted earlier, this will have an impact on Regents preparation for many students and teachers around the city.
I prayed to the snow god that this storm would turn back into a quick hit clipper, drop a dusting on us and begone.
Alas, it is now turning into a bigger storm than the one that closed school back on January 3.