1. N.Y.C. Weather: How Much Did It Snow?  The New York Times
  2. N.Y.C. Weather Updates: Snow and Rain Create Sloppy Rush Hour  The New York Times
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It was wet and cold in the city, but the snow mostly didn’t stick.It was wet and cold in the city, but the snow mostly didn’t stick.

““Newark is taking New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio to court to stop a controversial program that sends homeless families to live in often-uninhabitable conditions in New Jersey, newly filed court records show.” https://t.co/Su6y0ceBZ3”

Gloria Pazmino on Twitter: "“Newark is taking New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio to court to stop a controversial program that sends homeless families to live in often-uninhabitable conditions in New Jersey, newly filed court records show.” https://t.co/Su6y0ceBZ3"

“Mayor Bill de Blasio's message to New Yorkers: "It's going to be a really sloppy rush hour this evening." Play it safe and take mass transit. The city is expecting to get 2 to 4 inches of snow starting this afternoon and as much as 8 inches in northern parts of the city.”

Emma G. Fitzsimmons on Twitter: "Mayor Bill de Blasio's message to New Yorkers: "It's going to be a really sloppy rush hour this evening." Play it safe and take mass transit. The city is expecting to get 2 to 4 inches of snow starting this afternoon and as much as 8 inches in northern parts of the city."

“Introducing my grandson Marcus Al to NYC Mayor deBlasio at #NANThanksgiving2019. https://t.co/W4BUE5JemU”

Reverend Al Sharpton on Twitter: "Introducing my grandson Marcus Al to NYC Mayor deBlasio at #NANThanksgiving2019.… "

Officials in Newark are suing New York City and Mayor Bill de Blasio in an attempt to shut down a program that relocates homeless families from the Big Apple to New Jersey.Officials in Newark are suing New York City and Mayor Bill de Blasio in an attempt to shut down a program that relocates homeless families from the Big Apple to New Jersey. The lawsuit, filed Monday

Newark sues to stop Hizzoner from sending NYC's homeless to New Jersey

Mayor Bill de Blasio says New York City public schools will probably be open Tuesday after snow fall across city.

NYC public schools open Tuesday despite snow storm: Mayor de Blasio

New York City schools will be open on Tuesday, and all field trips and after-school activities will continue as scheduled, school officials said.New York City schools will be open on Tuesday, and all field trips and after-school activities will continue as scheduled, school officials said.

NYC Weather: New York City schools will be open on Tuesday | abc7ny.com

Ex-Emergency Management Commissioner Joseph Esposito was fired over the city’s botched handling of a surprise 2018 snowstorm.Ex-Emergency Management Commissioner Joseph Esposito was fired over the city’s botched handling of a surprise 2018 snowstorm.

De Blasio won’t say he’ll blame officials if city mishandles snowstorm - New York Daily News

For months, Newark mayor Ras Baraka has expressed increasing frustration with Bill de Blasio.For months, Newark mayor Ras Baraka has expressed increasing frustration with Bill de Blasio.

Newark mayor sues progressive ally de Blasio for exporting homeless

City kids and their parents will have to wait until Monday evening for Mayor Bill de Blasio to rule on a potential Tuesday snow day. “We’re trying to...City kids and their parents will have to wait until Monday evening for Mayor Bill de Blasio to rule on a potential Tuesday snow day. “We’re trying to get to a firm yes or no by the end of the

City kids will have to wait until Monday evening for de Blasio’s snow day ruling

New York City was expected to get 3 to 6 inches of snow on Monday, with the storm disrupting some evening commutes but ending hours before Tuesday’s morning rush hour.New York City was expected to get 3 to 6 inches of snow on Monday, with the storm disrupting some evening commutes but ending hours before Tuesday’s morning rush hour.

New York City Braces for Up to 6 Inches of Snow - WSJ

NYC School Closings - New York City, NY - As of Monday morning, the mayor expected school to be on.As of Monday morning, the mayor expected school to be on.

NYC School Closings: How To Find Out If Tuesday Is A Snow Day | New York City, NY Patch

Not much snow stuck in New York City on Monday, but it was still wet and cold as commuters tried to get home.Not much snow stuck in New York City on Monday, but it was still wet and cold as commuters tried to get home.

New York City Workers Face Wet, Cold Commute Home After Snowfall – CBS New York