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

Midtown »

Temperatures are expected to top 90 degrees through the end of the week, forecasters said.

Midtown »

New Yorkers took to social media to document the storm.

Melrose »

Subways were running mostly normally, but buses were delayed and some rail service was modified.

Upper West Side »

Many were unimpressed by the blizzard that wasn't.

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.

Upper West Side »

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

Midtown »

After temperatures reached 70 degrees Wednesday, snow could fall Friday, forecasters say.

Midtown »

The temperature could hit 72 degrees but it will likely be paired with rain, forecasters said.

Hamilton Heights »

The average removal cost is $1.9 million per inch, according to Comptroller Scott Stringer's analysis.

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.

Upper West Side »

Snowfall is expected to mess up Thursday's commutes, forecasters said.

Jackson Heights »

Queens saw the strongest wind gusts and Crown Heights had the worst steady winds at 41 mph, NWS said.