The nor’easter has moved out, but it has left behind slushy accumulations along city streets and sidewalks.

Warmer temperatures on the ground kept the snow from piling up.

The highest amount of nearly four inches was recorded in the Oakwood Heights section of Staten Island.

Central Park reported 3.2 inches of snow.

City public schools were open Thursday.

Regional rail lines were hit the hardest, and lingering delays were still reported Thursday.

Amtrak service was suspended between New York and Boston until 10 a.m. Thursday.

Metro-North expects to operate on a reduced schedule.

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New Jersey Transit is operating limited rail service Thursday.

City street parking rules are suspended Thursday, but drivers will still have to feed the meters.

NYC Ferry, Seastreak, Staten Island Ferry, and New York Waterway services are all running on schedule.

Things should be picking up at the local airports Thursday, after nearly two thousand flights were cancelled during the storm.

Airport officials said crews had a tough time clearing runways and de-icing planes.

That left tens of thousands of passengers stranded at Kennedy, LaGuardia, and Newark Airports.

If you are traveling Thursday, be sure to check your flight status with your flight provider before heading to the airport.

Meantime, parts of the city have been dealing with power outages since Friday's nor'easter.

Wednesday's storm certainly did not help to speed along the restoration process. Con Edison has 30,000 customers with no power in their service areas -- the vast majority of them north of the five boroughs.

Here in the city, Queens had the most, with 1,300 outages.

Con Ed officials said power in Queens should be restored by 11 p.m. Thursday.