First Measurable Snowfall Hits NYC

For the first time this winter, New York City and the rest of the tri-state area experienced a plowable snowfall.

The five boroughs saw about an inch or two of snow, but a wintry mix made the roads a slippery mess for drivers. People were urged to stay home or take mass transit if they had to head to work.

Officially, Central Park recorded 1.8 inches of snow. While not much, it was by far the most that the city has received this winter.

Areas north and west of the city got upwards of six inches of snow. Up until now, the tri-state area had received virtually no snow the entire winter.

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