Some residents were grateful the blizzard largely missed the city, while others wished for more snow.
Light snow and wind will continue through sundown Tuesday, the National Weather Service said.
As the snow bears down, frenzied New Yorkers are stocking up on food and supplies.
Check whether the Department of Sanitation's 2,100 snowplows have made it to your street.
Forecasters had feared up to 3 feet. Schools will be open Monday, but will likely be closed Tuesday.
Wet weather caused more than 200 flight cancellations at area airports Wednesday morning.
All field trips, after-school programs and sports games are back on, according to the DOE.
The latest snowstorm could dump more than a foot of snow on the city by Friday morning, officials said.
Salt and snow corroded underground cables, leaving the neighborhoods with reduced capacity, Con Ed said.
Residents of the borough criticized Bill de Blasio for poor snow removal.
The mayor was accused of clearing some NYC streets faster than others.
A worker who was shoveling snow at P.S. 102 was slashed in the face, the NYPD said.
During an update on this storm on Tuesday, de Blasio said he would notify parents ASAP of any changes.
A man jumped into a parked car but was put on ice by last week's storm, police said.
When asked how many layers he had on, the Mayor opting to show rather than tell.
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