New York Weather: Snow Alert To Start Sunday At 6 P.M.In advance of a winter blast coming at the end of the weekend, the city’s Department of Sanitation has issued a Snow Alert starting Sunday night at 6 p.m.
1-2 Punch Of Winter Weather Zeros In On Tri-State AreaThe Department of Sanitation's snow alert takes effect at 7 p.m. Thursday. Under the alert, the Department of Sanitation coordinates with Office of Emergency Management and Department of Transportation to arrange for a snow clearing protocol. 
1-3 Inches Of Snow Possible During Fast-Moving Monday StormThe alert begins at 2 am, with 1-3 inches expected in the city and higher amounts possible locally in higher elevations throughout the early part of the day.
NYC Department Of Sanitation Issues Snow Alert For TuesdayThe snow alert begins at 8 a.m. Tuesday, meaning the city will have its snow fighting equipment ready.
Winter's Not Over! 2 To 4 Inches Expected For Most Of Area On FridayThe mild temperatures on Thursday will be soon be a distant memory.
NYC Department Of Sanitation Issues Snow Alert For FridayThe warning comes ahead of potential snow showers tomorrow, mainly in the afternoon. Temperatures will linger around 40 degrees, with wind chills stuck in the 20s and low 30s.
Less Snow Predicted For Parts Of Tri-State Area As Spring Storm Moves InThe New York City Department of Sanitation has issued a snow preparedness alert ahead of forecasts of a potential snowstorm Sunday.
Parts Of Long Island Hit With Heavy Snow; Another System ComingSnow fell across the Tri-State area throughout the day Monday, particularly along Long Island where some areas got more than six inches.
NYC Department Of Sanitation Issues Snow Alert For Monday Morning; De Blasio Issues Travel AdvisoryThe National Weather Service says rain could turn into snow around mid-morning on Monday.
New Round Of Snow Set To Snag Friday Morning Commute For Tri-State AreaResidents around the Tri-State can expect rain on Thursday to switch over to wet snow overnight into Friday as temperatures drop.
Winter Weather Advisory In Place For Parts Of Tri-State As Streets Get MessyMessy winter weather swept into the Tri-State Area Monday evening, and the sleet and freezing rain was expected to cause problems for the Tuesday morning commute.