Part of Sixth Avenue was closed after the voltage spread to doorknobs and street grates, officials said.
Slushy conditions, a track fire at Delancey St. and a power outage at Grand St. caused headaches.
The utility company also asked customers not to use appliances including washers and dryers.
Friends of the High Line said they planned to have the lights back on next week.
Snowstorm Nemo dumped several inches of snow on the city, but it was spared the worst.
Despite Hurricane Sandy's disruptions, New Yorkers find ways to celebrate Thanksgiving.
Mechanics at Dog Day Cyclery repair bikes by candlelight for 18th day without power or heat.
Many residents in public housing are still waiting for their heat and hot water to be restored, however.
Tenants of Knickerbocker Village will see rents refunded after two weeks spent without utilities.
Accountants and budget analysts were among those who helped NYCHA canvass Brooklyn's largest project.
Residents of Knickerbocker Village are considering a rent strike after two weeks in the dark and cold.
Although the lights are back on for some residents, others are still in the dark.
NYCHA apartments have generators powering them, while other subsidized housing is still in the dark.
The storm swept through a little more than a week after Hurricane Sandy crippled the city.
Many decided to weather the storm in their homes, many of which lack heat and power.
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