New York City has issued a travel advisory in the wake a forecast of wintry mix starting early Monday morning and continuing into early Tuesday with temperatures below freezing.

Rain will start Sunday night, and then turn to freezing rain and sleet after 1 a.m., according to the National Weather Service. Snow and freezing rain will start after 4 a.m.The freezing temperatures and wintry mix will last all day Monday, which could cause a messy commute.

The snow will "play havoc with travel conditions" on both ends of the commute, said meteorologist Bill Goodman of the National Weather Service.

The New York City Office of Emergency Management issued from a travel advisory from Monday until 6 a.m. Tuesday due to icy conditions.

Alternate-side parking rules are suspended for Monday, but parking meters remain in effect.

The good news (if you can call it good news) is that the snow accumulation likely won't be more than an inch.

There's also light at the end of the tunnel: Tuesday and Wednesday are both forecasted to be sunny. Of course, temperatures are forecasted to dip on Thursday night, with an expected low temperature of 5 degrees (yes 5).

Well, there's always Netflix for Friday then.