A light snow fell in the city Saturday, despite predictions of up to 2 inches.
Most trains will run on regular weekend schedules due to the oncoming snowstorm.
Snow is predicted Friday night into Saturday.
A man-made mound of snow in Union Square gave city kids a chance to snowboard in the Big Apple.
There is chance of flurries Wednesday afternoon followed by snow in the evening.
The temperature for the first day of February is expected to top 60 degrees.
The unseasonably warm weather forced the Parks Department to cancel the event.
Major crime in Chinatown's Fifth Precinct is up 89 percent in the 28-day period ending Jan. 22.
Roman Alavez, 26, was killed by an SUV on East 111th Street and Third Avenue Saturday morning.
A man was struck and killed by a car after slipping on snow at an East Harlem intersection, police said.
Up to 5 inches of snow were expected to fall as part of the city's first snowstorm of the season.
New Yorkers can expect the first significant snowstorm of the season Saturday.
The first snow fall of the season dusted Manhattan on Friday afternoon.
High winds were expected to batter New Yorkers with freezing cold on Tuesday.
Temperatures are expected to drop as low as the teens and not get above the 20s on Tuesday in Manhattan.
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