Another major thunderstorm battered the city with heavy winds and rain Sunday night.
Up to two inches of rain per hour are possible from the storm system as it moves over the city.
Richard Schwartz, 61, was crushed by scaffolding or debris after lightning hit a church steeple.
Con Ed had announced it would allow workers to return to their posts before a storm slams New York.
The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm watch for the tri-state area.
A woman near Queens College and three people at the Bronx Zoo were struck by lightning.
The early summer heat was broken by heavy storms Monday.
Roman Alavez, 26, was killed by an SUV on East 111th Street and Third Avenue Saturday morning.
New Yorkers can expect the first significant snowstorm of the season Saturday.
Dozens came out to help clean up Central Park on Nov. 12, 2011 for Family Volunteer Day.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg helped paint the finish line Wednesday for the ING New York City Marathon as crews raced to clear downed trees in Central Park.
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.
Subway service was restored by 6 a.m. Monday as the MTA worked to get the city's transit system back on track after Hurricane Irene.
Even the mayor's most ardent critics praised Mayor Michael Bloomberg Monday for his response to Hurricane Irene.
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