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Forecasters said El Niño will likely mean a milder winter, though February may bring heavy snowfall.

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The de Blasio administration has tried to harness social media to reach New Yorkers directly.

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The storm could dump up to 8 inches of snow on top of what remains from last Monday.

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Schools set to open, but alternate-side parking is suspended as city could see 8 inches of snow and ice.

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Michael Berkman, 34, did donuts in a Lowe's parking lot around 2:45 a.m., during the travel ban.


Alternate side parking is suspended until Monday, but meters will still be monitored, the DOT said.

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Some residents were grateful the blizzard largely missed the city, while others wished for more snow.

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Light snow and wind will continue through sundown Tuesday, the National Weather Service said.

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As the snow bears down, frenzied New Yorkers are stocking up on food and supplies.

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Check whether the Department of Sanitation's 2,100 snowplows have made it to your street.

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Forecasters had feared up to 3 feet. Schools will be open Monday, but will likely be closed Tuesday.

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Wet weather caused more than 200 flight cancellations at area airports Wednesday morning.

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All field trips, after-school programs and sports games are back on, according to the DOE.

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The latest snowstorm could dump more than a foot of snow on the city by Friday morning, officials said.