Two surges of polar air this week will bring temperatures back down below freezing for most of the week.
LIRR trains were delayed 20 to 30 minutes and NJ Transit was delayed by up to an hour.
The woman built a shelter in Highbridge Park and slept with the wild dog to coax him to safety.
Massive hunks of ice drifted across the harbor as frigid temperatures chilled the city.
Janet Markoe, Phillip Arabadjis and Thi Chau were all still missing Monday afternoon, officials said.
Temperatures on early Monday could sink to 1 degree, matching the low recorded in 1888 for that day.
Eight apartments evacuated onto 38th Street, where temperatures felt below zero, officials said.
There were 11,000 more heat complaints this year compared to last.
Snowfall accumulation will be less than half an inch, according to the National Weather Service.
A freeze warning was in place Wednesday morning.
The city could get hit by up to two inches of snow Tuesday, experts said.
After balmy temperatures, Thursday is not expected to top 26 degrees.
Forecasters predicted the city could see as much as 10 inches of snow on Sunday through Monday.
A wintry mix of snow, sleet and rain is expected to hit Monday afternoon.
Central Park is looking at another two inches of snow Wednesday, the National Weather Service said.
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