Astoria residents were stocking up on meat as Winter Storm Nemo approached Friday morning.
Rain and sleet — not snow — pelted Brooklyn Friday morning.
Though seemingly unalarmed, many North Brooklyn residents made sure to prep for Nemo.
The storm is expected to bring 10 to 14 inches of snow to the city.
Most of Chelsea pulled out umbrellas and went on as normal as the blizzard approached.
The blizzard is predicted to dump 10 to 14 inches of snow and cause 3-to-5-foot storm surges.
Forecasters are predicting 2 to 4 inches of snow to fall in the city on Saturday.
The National Weather Service has issued coastal wind and flooding advisories.
A winter storm bringing snow and rain is threatening to delay post-Christmas travel.
DNAinfo.com New York has a guide to some great winter walks in New York City.
The city worked to clean up the snow Thursday after a nor'easter swept through New York.
The nor'easter comes just days after Hurricane Sandy.
Many decided to weather the storm in their homes, many of which lack heat and power.
The first snowfall of the year came as part of a nor'easter that hit New York on Wednesday.
Rain, wind and possibly snow could strike New York starting next Wednesday, forecasters said.
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