Quantcast

DNAinfo has closed.
Click here to read a message from our Founder and CEO

tags

snowstorm

Recent Headlines
Park Slope »

Start making plans about where to hit the slopes.

Midtown »

City schools will reopen Wednesday after closing for the snowstorm on Tuesday, de Blasio said.

Civic Center »

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

Red Hook »

Strong winds and snow could create whiteout conditions starting about 6 a.m., forecasters said.

Upper West Side »

Snow will begin Monday night and peak about midday Tuesday, forecasters said.

Far Rockaway »

Vladlen Nemirovskaya was walking in a parking lot when he slipped and fell Thursday afternoon. 

Upper East Side »

Miguel Gonzalez was walking into a building on East 93rd St. when he slipped on a step, officials said.

Midtown »

City officials warned New Yorkers to take public transit rather than driving during the storm.

Wakefield »

The storm dumped 2 inches by 7 a.m. and officials warned of dangerous road conditions.

Battery Park City »

Expect "near blizzard conditions," winds up to 35 mph and temps in the upper 20s, forecasters warned.

SoHo »

The sanitation department will start to salt roads and sidewalks ahead of the storm. 

Fresh Meadows »

City Councilman Rory Lancman said the PlowNYC app had the same issues as last year. 

Midtown »

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

Midtown »

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

Park Slope »

Locals blasted businesses that failed to clear their sidewalks of snow.