This spring's wild weather has not affected the famous blooms much, the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens says.
The mounds of snow piled up from Tuesday's blizzard haven't even had time to melt yet.
Snow piles left by New York's winter storm will get cleared away, the city promises.
Subways were running mostly normally, but buses were delayed and some rail service was modified.
Check out our best photos from around the city.
City schools will reopen Wednesday after closing for the snowstorm on Tuesday, de Blasio said.
Many were unimpressed by the blizzard that wasn't.
Shannon Pierre charges $50 to shovel your house, $45 if you’ve got salt.
Forecasters had initially predicted up to 20 inches of snow would hit the city.
Public school students aren't the only ones enjoying a snow day.
Subway, bus and train service across the area are slowly returning to normal after Tuesday's storm.
Strong winds and snow could create whiteout conditions starting about 6 a.m., forecasters said.
Snow will begin Monday night and peak about midday Tuesday, forecasters said.
The worst of the weather is expected late morning to early afternoon.
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