Central Park is looking at another two inches of snow Wednesday, the National Weather Service said.
The West Side Highway was shut down from 8:30 a.m. to about 3:30 p.m. Wednesday.
"Uptown Frosted" is a collection of snow-covered scenes shot by Rich Hererra.
Piles of trash left uncollected because of the snow have begun to fester, sending up a stink, locals say.
The city is looking at yet another snowfall Tuesday.
Daniel Pincus started the Inwood Shovelers Facebook group to prod locals into "random acts of shoveling."
The dock ramp at the Greenpoint hub collapsed Thursday morning during the snowstorm, witnesses said.
The woman was struck in a Dyker Heights parking lot Thursday morning.
Schools Chancellor Carmen Farina said Thursday morning was a "beautiful day."
The latest snowstorm could dump more than a foot of snow on the city by Friday morning, officials said.
Many streets on Staten Island were a slushy mess for rush hour, causing a hectic commute for residents.
Meteorologists said the storm could dump up to 10 inches of snow on the city, starting Thursday morning.
The city could get another 6 inches of snow by Thursday night, the National Weather Service said.
Salt and snow corroded underground cables, leaving the neighborhoods with reduced capacity, Con Ed said.
Snow is expected to start falling Saturday night, leaving a couple more inches on the city.
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