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More Than 200 Flights Canceled as Snowstorm Moves Into New York

Wet weather caused more than 200 flight cancellations at area airports Wednesday morning.

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City Could See Up to 3 Inches of Snow Thanksgiving Morning

Heavy rain is expected to give way to snow Wednesday night, dumping 1 to 3 inches on the city.

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First Snowfall in NYC Since Spring Expected Early Friday, Officials Say

The city could get up to an inch of snow by early Friday morning, according to weather experts. 

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VIDEO: 'Hipster Twister' in McCarren Park Stuns the Brunch Crowd

A tornado lookalike swirled on a baseball diamond in Williamsburg, a witness said.

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Cancel Your Outdoor Plans as Flash Floods Threaten City

The city could see up to 3 inches of rain over next 48 hours, forecasters predict.

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Flood Watch in Effect in NYC as Rain Threatens July 4 Festivities

A flash flood watch is in effect across the city from 8 a.m. Thursday until noon Friday.

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Rain Set to Soak July 4 But Should Clear for Fireworks, Forecasters Say

Heavy rain is expected into the early afternoon, but should give way to clear skies by nighttime.

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With Winter Still a Painful Memory, New York Welcomes Hottest Day of Year

As temperatures reached 90 degrees, New Yorkers recollections of the frosty winter fade.

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Flood Watch in Place as Weekend Sun Gives Way to Rain

Nearly 2 inches of rain were expected by noon Monday.

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Heavy Rain Expected For Much of Friday As Cold Front Moves In

The city could get up to 1.5 inches of rain by early Saturday, the National Weather Service said.

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Last of April Showers to Soak City Over Next Two Days, Forecasters Say

Some light showers are expected Tuesday, with the worst of the rain beginning Wednesday afternoon.

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April Showers Freeze as Snow Returns to New York

A freeze warning was in place Wednesday morning.

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Winter Storm Weakens But Still Threatens Snow

Flurries are expected to start falling around 7 p.m. Tuesday, the National Weather Service said.

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Winter Refuses to Leave as City Braces for Yet More Snow

The city could get hit by up to two inches of snow Tuesday, experts said.

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Arctic Air Stops Major Snowfall but Will Bring Chilly Week, Experts Say

Schools were open and subways running close to normal for Monday's rush-hour commute.

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