Over 3,600 flights were canceled yesterday and today more than 310 flights in the U.S. have also been canceled, however New York’s JFK Airport tweeted that flights are scheduled to resume at 7 a.m. ET on Fri., Jan. 5. The airport urges customers to check with their specific airliner for more details. LaGuardia Airport also tweeted Wednesday night that flight suspensions have been lifted.
Parts of New York got up to 10 inches, as Central Park got 9.8 inches of snow. Temperatures will feel as low as minus-15 degrees, which means all that white stuff will turn to ice. Strong wind gusts of 40 mph or more will lead to blowing and drifting snow. From Friday night into Saturday morning, it will feel like -10 to -20 degrees across the tri-state.
Alternate-side parking is suspended in the city through Saturday, though meter rules remain in effect.