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Washington Heights »

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

Midtown »

Parts of the city could see up to six inches of snow, according to the National Weather Service. 

Coney Island »

The park will still open even with up to six inches of snow expected to hit the city.

Midtown »

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

Midtown »

Snow and temperatures near freezing could hit the city Sunday night, forecasters said.

Midtown »

Snow is expected to start falling the city Thursday evening and continue through Friday. 

Washington Heights »

New York may get up to three inches, a National Weather Service forecaster said.

Midtown »

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

Flushing »

The bus was taking people from Queens to Mohegan Sun Monday afternoon. 

Bay Ridge »

Welcome the Lunar New Year with a slushy mess. 

Times Square & Theater District »

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

Bay Ridge »

Did those 50 degree days fool you? Winter's back. 

Midtown »

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

Prospect Heights »

Sidewalks in Prospect Heights were the snowiest after last month's storm, a RentHop study argues

Sunnyside »

Snow flurries are forecast for Friday. At least the piles at the curb will look a little less dirty?