As a huge snowstorm moves through the city, DNAinfo is your best source for news and information.
The heaviest snow will start falling after 10 p.m. Monday.
Forecasters had feared up to 3 feet. Schools will be open Monday, but will likely be closed Tuesday.
Forecasters still don't know if Saturday's storm will bury the city with snow or soak it with rain.
Expect light snowfall Wednesday night, with much more threatened for the weekend.
Temperatures dipped to 8 degrees Thursday morning, narrowly missing the city's Jan. 8 record low.
Temperatures are expected to dip to 10 degrees, bringing snow and ice on Tuesday, officials said.
Christmas Day is expected to be a balmy 46 degrees.
The city is bracing for downpours and wind gusts of up to 50 mph Tuesday, forecasters said.
Wet weather caused more than 200 flight cancellations at area airports Wednesday morning.
Heavy rain is expected to give way to snow Wednesday night, dumping 1 to 3 inches on the city.
The city could get up to an inch of snow by early Friday morning, according to weather experts.
A tornado lookalike swirled on a baseball diamond in Williamsburg, a witness said.
The city could see up to 3 inches of rain over next 48 hours, forecasters predict.
A flash flood watch is in effect across the city from 8 a.m. Thursday until noon Friday.
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