The latest in a seemingly relentless series of winter storms descended on the tri-state area early Thursday and is expected to retain its grip for at least a full 24-hour span as it dumps another half-foot or more on the snow-weary region.
Bands of heavy snowfall stretched through parts of New Jersey and New York City during the morning rush hour, leading to some slick roads and sidewalks, though the heaviest (and steadiest) snow was expected late morning into the early afternoon. By the time the system moves out early Friday, much of the tri-state, including New York City, is expected to see 5 to 8 inches accumulate.
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