The city started repairs on Todt Hill and Circle roads.
The high at JFK Airport hit 68 degrees Sunday, breaking the previous Feb. 19 record, forecasters said.
Salt that's spread to melt snow corrodes underground wires, which then ignite, officials said.
Vladlen Nemirovskaya was walking in a parking lot when he slipped and fell Thursday afternoon.
Now that the storm's over, it's time to hit the slopes for some sledding.
Residents took to social media to share the snow-capped scenes.
A massive blizzard Thursday could dump 14 inches of snow on the city.
Miguel Gonzalez was walking into a building on East 93rd St. when he slipped on a step, officials said.
If you're dreading shoveling snow on Friday, take heart. It was a lot worse in Gilded Age NYC.
But Mayor Bill de Blasio believes the snow should be cleared by Friday morning's commute.
Visiting parks would be dangerous during the Thursday snowstorm, officials said.
Public school students aren't the only ones enjoying a snow day.
City officials warned New Yorkers to take public transit rather than driving during the storm.
The storm dumped 2 inches by 7 a.m. and officials warned of dangerous road conditions.
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