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Winter Storm

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Flushing »

You could binge-watch Netflix. Or you could be a productive member of society. 

Bed-Stuy »

Snow accumulation totaled more than 30 inches in some parts of the city, officials said. 

Midtown »

Roads remain closed to all non-emergency vehicles through 7 a.m. Sunday.

Park Slope »

The fire torched a car and filled six buildings with carbon monoxide, the FDNY said.

Long Island City »

The MTA was running fewer trains with local service, the MTA said.

Midtown »

Service on the 7 train was out all day Monday and there were delays on other lines.

Upper East Side »

Schools set to open, but alternate-side parking is suspended as city could see 8 inches of snow and ice.

Midtown »

Meteorologists said the storm could dump up to 10 inches of snow on the city, starting Thursday morning.

Midtown »

A football-sized block of ice hit a pedestrian in the face on West 48th Street, witnesses said.

New York City »

Winter Storm Nemo could dump 10 inches of snow on NYC by early Saturday afternoon, experts warn.

New York City »

Flights were grounded at New York City-area airports Friday evening.

Red Hook »

Rain and sleet — not snow — pelted Brooklyn Friday morning.

Stuy Town »

The complexes advised residents to stock up on supplies and remove cars from garages.

Inwood »

Supplies were flying off shelves at uptown grocery stores in the hours before Winter Storm Nemo.

New York City »

Alternate-side parking rules have been lifted through Sunday, but meter rules remain in effect.