Heavy snow and strong winds battered the city as New Yorkers deal with the second nor'easter in a week.
A winter storm warning for all five boroughs was canceled shortly after 9:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Total accumulations in most areas of the city were around 2 to 5 inches.
The combination of the snow and the heavy winds caused trees to fall down in areas around the five boroughs. One such location was in Bushwick.
The storm also brought thundersnow to the boroughs.
The morning commute was mostly unaffected as much of the city saw a mix of rain and sleet. However, delays were seen across roads and public transit in the evening.
The most significant transit issue was felt on Metro-North, where service remained suspended as of 12:45 a.m. Thursday on the Harlem, Hudson and New Haven lines due to fallen trees on the tracks.
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Nearly 2,000 flights were canceled at all three area airports.
All city public schools remained open, along with several after-school programs.
Field trips requiring yellow school buses were canceled.
City schools will be open again Thursday.
The Sanitation Department says 1,600 plows and nearly 700 spreaders will be making their way around the city for snow removal.
Alternate Side Parking rules have been suspended on Wednesday and Thursday.
Parking meters will remain in effect citywide.