A wintry mix turned to drizzle Saturday afternoon as temperatures warmed across the city.
A winter weather advisory was lifted at noon, the National Weather Service said.
Snow had started to fall overnight Saturday; by 9 a.m., 2.8 inches of snow had accumulated in Central Park, the National Weather Service reported. But the snow soon turned to freezing rain and sleet, and then transitioned to regular rain by the afternoon.
The city will see a high temperature of about 35 degrees during the day, with a windchill between 25 and 35 degrees and a wind speed of 5 to 10 mph. Temperatures will warm to about 45 degrees overnight with a windchill between 30 and 35 degrees and a wind speed of 9 to 16 mph.
Alternate side parking regulations were suspended Saturday due to the weather.
Sunday, New Yorkers may see more rain, but temperatures will be around 55 degrees.