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.
There's a chance that flurries and sleet could hit Manhattan Friday — but it will warm up by Christmas.
Twenty men were charged with illegally bringing women from Eastern Europe to work in area strip clubs.
Dozens came out to help clean up Central Park on Nov. 12, 2011 for Family Volunteer Day.
Commuters coming into the city from New Jersey and north of Manhattan experienced heavey delays as train lines were delayed and suspended Monday morning.
Nearly 3 inches of snow fell in Central Park during Saturday's storm, the most in October since snowfall records began in 1869.
The legal working group of Occupy Wall Street demanded the return of generators confiscated from Zuccotti Park on Oct. 28, 2011.
Falling tree limbs and branches made an unseasonable autumn snow storm dangerous in Manhattan.
A half-inch of snow is forecast to fall Saturday evening, after rain and heavy winds sweep through the city during the day.
Forecasters are calling for rain Thursday afternoon with snow expected to fall in New York City overnight.
Thunderstorms brought lightning and hail on Wednesday night before another blanket of snow fell in New York on Thursday.
Commuters were greeted with the familiar sight of rain and snow on Wednesday.
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