The storm that hit the city on Sunday and Monday had amassed 16.3 inches of snow in Central Park as of 7 p.m., and it was still going! The snowstorm is now 16th-largest-ever since people started walking into the park with rulers back in 1869. And we’re supposed to get even more on Tuesday!
(A note on accuracy, or lack thereof: The weather-people we follow initially had the tally wrong, saying it was 18.3 inches and was in the top 10 all-time. Always question the weather-people.)
The city has an online system that tracks what blocks have been plowed. As of 8:30 p.m., most blocks had been plowed in the previous six hours, but a few had been waiting longer. Sorry, 93rd Street between Broadway and Amsterdam. (As for bike-lane plowing, it doesn’t look like the city tracks it, or consistently plows them.)
Alternate-side parking rules are suspended through Saturday. You can track what city services are open by clicking here.