NYC snow

Dramatic photos show the East Coast's wintry transformation after being hit with hurricane-force winds and several feet of snow.
The snow may not have been as bad in some parts of the Northeast as forecasters predicted, but New York City was still blanketed
Yes, there's a blizzard settling over 7 states and 29 million people. It's expected to drop up to three feet of snow over
But know hope, New York. Temperatures rose ABOVE FREEZING Tuesday, and will continue to do so throughout this week -- hopefully
During a press conference updating New Yorkers on the city's response, Fariña went as far as to say "it is absolutely a beautiful
Winds of up to 36 miles per hour are expected to accompany the snow. The NWS said the wind chill could reach -10 degrees
Snow was expected to continue falling and taper off later in the morning, the NWS said. But commuters could expect a difficult
Flakes started falling around 8 a.m. and were forecast to intensify throughout the morning, eventually turning into sleet
Tuesday’s snow should easily break the Dec. 10 record of 1.3 inches, set in 1932. The Department of Sanitation is preparing
The blustering storm, part of the same system that pummeled the Midwest earlier this week, is expected to fully conclude
Snowfall from the nor'easter isn't the first of the season for everyone in the east, however. Along with devastation to coastal
"I never thought anything of the car being there for a few days," said a nearby resident, who asked his name not be published
Even Hawaii has snow, in Mauna Kea on the Big Island. A map of snowfall in the United States is revealing right now: 49 states
The snow will be heavy at times and accompanied by wind gusts of 20 to 25 miles per hour, likely snarling the morning commute
"Where does snow come from?" He whines. "Is it dangerous? Will the snow stay forever? WATCH: December 27th How was the Mayor's
In fact 71% of those polled disapproved of the mayor's response to the storm -- a number outweighed only by the city's disappointment
MANHATTAN — Get ready for round two. Despite the fact that Manhattan is still reeling from the Dec. 26 blizzard, another