Life is slowly returning to normal as trains are up and running and people deal with some common post-storm crises.

Here's what you need to know right now:



NYC schools will reopen on Wednesday.

City parks were reopened as of noon Tuesday.

Alternate side parking is suspended through Wednesday.

Garbage and recycling collections are suspended Tuesday, but may begin again Wednesday.

Zoos, museums and other institutions have announced cancellations Tuesday. An extended list is here.

Broadway shows will reopen Wednesday, with the exception of Aladdin and The Lion King.




After de Blasio specifically told residents to not order delivery, that ended with the travel ban on Tuesday morning. Here's how to get your morning bagel fix.

To help the effort, some NYC diners are open now and snow day specials are being offered around town.

Starbucks said it would close hundreds of stores in New York and New Jersey Monday afternoon ahead of the storm.


TRAVEL (click here for full details)

Roads: The overnight travel ban in NYC was lifted at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday.

MTA subways, buses, LIRR and Metro-North trains are operating on a Sunday schedule (about 60% of normal service). Full weekday service is expected to resume Wednesday.

PATH: Service is currently running on a weekend schedule. Normal weekday service resumes on Wednesday.

NJ Transit: Service is currently running on a weekend schedule. Full service resumes Wednesday.

Airports: JFK, Laguardia and Newark airports are all open, but many airlines have cancelled service, according to the Port Authority.

Citi Bike: The Citi Bike system was open and bikes were available Tuesday.



A blizzard warning was dropped and the winter storm was expected to wind down by Tuesday at midnight.

Wednesday's forecast is mostly sunny, with a high near 28 degrees.


SNOW (see for an interactive snow map)

Accumulation reached 9.8 inches as of 1 p.m. in Central Park, with the highest metro-area totals recorded in Glendale, Queens, which saw 12.1 inches as of 9:21 a.m.



One death has been reported on Long Island: a teenager who died in a snow tubing accident.



This storm has a name.

Like any storm worth writing home about, the Weather Channel has given this one a name: Winter Storm Juno.

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