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Light snow and wind will continue through sundown Tuesday, the National Weather Service said.

Union Square »

As the snow bears down, frenzied New Yorkers are stocking up on food and supplies.

Inwood »

Check whether the Department of Sanitation's 2,100 snowplows have made it to your street.

Meatpacking District »

Forecasters had feared up to 3 feet. Schools will be open Monday, but will likely be closed Tuesday.

Midtown »

Wet weather caused more than 200 flight cancellations at area airports Wednesday morning.

Civic Center »

All field trips, after-school programs and sports games are back on, according to the DOE.

Civic Center »

The latest snowstorm could dump more than a foot of snow on the city by Friday morning, officials said.

Hamilton Heights »

Salt and snow corroded underground cables, leaving the neighborhoods with reduced capacity, Con Ed said.

New Dorp »

Residents of the borough criticized Bill de Blasio for poor snow removal.

Upper East Side »

The mayor was accused of clearing some NYC streets faster than others.

East Harlem »

A worker who was shoveling snow at P.S. 102 was slashed in the face, the NYPD said.

Civic Center »

During an update on this storm on Tuesday, de Blasio said he would notify parents ASAP of any changes.

Jackson Heights »

A man jumped into a parked car but was put on ice by last week's storm, police said.

Woodside »

When asked how many layers he had on, the Mayor opting to show rather than tell.

Woodside »

The mayor said emergency response times were a minute slower than usual and warned of icy roadways.