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Snowflakes are expected to start falling Sunday afternoon and continue until about midnight. 

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A mild winter and early spring will cause all kinds of havoc for local flora and New Yorkers this year.

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Temperatures are expected to reach the mid-60s by next week. 

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Snow flurries were expected Monday, but the Tuesday high will likely top 50 degrees, forecasters said.

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With the wind-chill factor, it will feel like -15 on Saturday night, meteorologists said.

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Alternate side parking will be suspended Friday, the Department of Transportation tweeted Thursday.

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The mayor said hundreds of pieces of equipment were on their way to Queens on Sunday.

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Meteorologists and New York politicians have a habit of overstating blizzard forecasts. Here's why.

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The city will get a mix of sleet and rain Monday evening, but the wintry mix won't be sticking.

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The alert helps the city mobilize salt spreaders and staffers in case snow heads our way.

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The Central Park Conservancy will take official snowfall measurements for the National Weather Service.

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Temperatures on Christmas Eve could reach 70 degrees as a warm air mass moves in, forecasters said.

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Forecasters predict record highs of 65 degrees on Sunday.

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Thanksgiving Parade watchers and Black Friday shoppers can expect highs around 60 degrees.