The city will get another taste of snow on Wednesday night, as well as a full blast of arctic chill.
The National Weather Service said snow showers should arrive late in the evening along with an 'arctic cold front' that could linger for days.
Wednesday night's low is around 16 degrees, and Thursday will bring blustery winds and a high near 20 degrees, with wind chill values between 0 and 5.
Thursday night's low will drop all the way to 2 degrees.
New Yorkers sought refuge over the weekend from the extreme cold. On Monday, temperatures struggled to rise above zero, and the cold may have contributed to the death of a 77-year-old man whose body was found on the Coney Island boardwalk