The city will see a mix of snow and rain from Wednesday night into Friday morning, forecasters said.
More than 1,800 New Yorkers were without power Sunday evening, Con Edison said.
The annual High Line Snow Sculpt-Off brought icy artistry to Chelsea.
Snow removal and holidays mean that alternate side parking rules won't resume until Feb. 14, 2013.
Snowstorm Nemo dumped several inches of snow on the city, but it was spared the worst.
The heaviest snow from Winter Storm Nemo was expected to fall late Friday into early Saturday.
Winter Storm Nemo could dump 10 inches of snow on NYC by early Saturday afternoon, experts warn.
Subways and buses continued running in the storm, but with some service changes.
All area airports grounded their flights as Nemo started dumping snow Friday evening.
Sections of Great Kills and Bay Terrace briefly went dark, and officials feared more outages in the city.
Flights were grounded at New York City-area airports Friday evening.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg often dons colorful sweaters during weather emergency updates.
Residents bought food, gas and water in advance of Winter Storm Nemo.
Rain and sleet — not snow — pelted Brooklyn Friday morning.
Sleds were selling fast at Park Slope's Tarzian Hardware.
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