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Jackson Heights »

The storms should begin before noon and last through early Tuesday morning, forecasters warned. 

Jackson Heights »

Flash flooding could hit low lying spots around Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan.

Civic Center »

Forecasters had initially predicted up to 20 inches of snow would hit the city.

Tottenville »

The worst of the wind and rain will begin by sundown and continue through the night, forecasters said.

St. George »

Humidity is expected to reach 74 percent, forecasters said.

Midtown »

Temperatures will climb to a sunny 85 degrees Wednesday, officials said.

Midtown »

More than an inch of rain fell on the city since May 1, forecasters said.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The winds will batter the city while the rains pass through the area, forecasters said.

Washington Heights »

The first days of April could see some snow mixed with rain and wind, the NWS said.

Times Square & Theater District »

Snow sparked widespread delays across the subway system, according to the MTA.

New York City »

The 2016 storm could be one of the top five in the city's history, Mayor Bill de Blasio said. 

Financial District »

Joaquin is expected to reach North Carolina by Sunday and move up the east coast, officials said.

Midtown »

Service along the 2, 3, 4, 5 and Q lines was affected by the MTA's "Cold Weather Plan" on Monday.

Howard Beach »

The downpour drenched New York City with more than 5 inches of water, meteorologists said.

South Jamaica »

Dewayne Ruddock, 33, was charged with driving while impaired after Wednesday's crash, police said.