The city could see another 3 inches of snow, according to the National Weather Service.
The heaviest snow from Winter Storm Nemo was expected to fall late Friday into early Saturday.
Technicians, snow shovelers and tent architects work hard to keep Fashion Week on schedule.
Locals loaded up on water, canned goods and other necessities in anticipation of "Nemo."
Snowstorm preparation in SoHo Friday morning meant hitting the neighborhood's boutiques.
The main tent of the Cedar Grove Community Hub collapsed due to strong winds from Thursday's storm.
Residents in Staten Island and Queens experienced the most outages, a utility spokesman said.
Hurricane Sandy caused the Mandell School to scrap plans to open a location in the Financial District.
Several blocks in New Dorp Beach were flooded after the storm, damaging multiple homes.
A winter storm bringing snow and rain is threatening to delay post-Christmas travel.
SideBAR will host guest bartenders from the Rockaways every Friday throughout the holidays.
Several cars on W. 22nd St. have not moved since Sandy, leaving the street without cleaning for weeks.
The 28-acre facility will open for the first time since the storm on Saturday.
President Barack Obama will visit New York City Nov. 15, 2012.
Spared the brunt of the storm, local businesses in central Brooklyn saw success after the hurricane.
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