New York City and the tri-state area are getting back to normal on Wednesday, after a snow storm on Tuesday.
Upwards of 8 inches of snow fell in New York City, while some areas north and west got closer to two feet. Central Park reported 7.2 inches, setting a new record for Tuesday’s date.
Wednesday morning the concern was black ice. With freezing temperatures overnight, the roads were expected to be slippery and potentially dangerous.
Mass transit is returning to normal after the storm. NJ Transit buses began moving again on Wednesday morning, while Metro North and above ground subway service resumed on Tuesday night.
One of the big concerns is at the airports, where carriers are expected to struggle getting back to normal. About 3,000 flights were canceled at Kennedy, LaGuardia and Newark airports because of the storm.
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