Days after a snowstorm ruined the first day of spring, people were eating outdoors in 40-degree weather.
Crews tested a new 5,670-square-foot screen ahead of opening day on April 13.
City airports were seeing delays and hundreds of flights were canceled because of the storm.
Light flurries could turn to a "real sloppy mess," the National Weather Service said.
The National Weather Service predicts there's more winter weather to come.
The Delta Airlines plane was moved into a hangar at the airport for investigators.
A smoke-filled station near Bryant Park snarled the 7 train, the MTA said.
The city is bracing for four to six inches of snow Thursday.
A travel advisory was issued for Thursday, according to the Office of Emergency Management.
Salt water corroding underground wires sparked the widespread outages, ConEd said.
The city is bracing for another storm that's set to affect the evening rush hour Tuesday.
Sunday's snow made way for a slushy and sloppy Monday.
While temperatures will remain near or above freezing, get ready for some sloppy days ahead.
The high Thursday was expected to reach just 20 degrees, with even colder temperatures expected Friday.
The MTA's Cold Weather Plan was in effect Tuesday morning, bringing service changes to several lines.
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