SEE IT: Plow Sprays Snow Off Overpass In Brooklyn; Cars Damaged NearbyMany New Yorkers are cleaning up a mess from Monday's storm. But in Brooklyn, some woke up to not only snow but also damaged cars.
New York City Schools Will Reopen For In-Person Classes Wednesday; Outdoor Dining Resumes For City RestaurantsSubway and commuter rail service resumed Tuesday morning, but those who travel by car had a lot of digging out to do.
Jersey Shore Towns Cleaning Up After Storm Triggers Coastal Flooding: 'A Mess'It was all hands on deck in Sea Bright, as plows were used to push away rising water from flooded streets. 
Crews Hoping To Get Roads And Rails Back On Track After Winter Storm Hits Long IslandThe unrelenting storm forced the shutdown of the Long Island Rail Road, bus service and local airports. 
Winter Storm Dig-Out Begins In Hard-Hit Westchester County; State Of Emergency Still In EffectThe storm created more hard work for a lot of the adults, but a lot of kids were having a blast, especially the ones who got to skip another day of school.
Watch: John Elliott Shares Shoveling Safety Reminders As Tri-State Area Digs OutMany residents are digging out from more than a foot of snow after a major winter storm slammed the Tri-State Area.
NYC Winter Storm: Outdoor Subway Service Suspended; Schools All-Remote Again TuesdayOutdoor dining remains closed Monday night, and alternate side parking is suspended through Saturday.
State Of Emergency Declared In Westchester County Due To Winter StormCrews have been working around the clock to clear the snow in Westchester County. 
Winter Storm Brings Coastal Flooding To Parts Of New Jersey; Vaccinations, PATH Service SuspendedCoastal flooding remains a concern along the Jersey Shore as a major winter storm moves through the area.
SNOW TIMELINE: 12-18 Inches Possible In New York City, Up To 2 Feet In Northern SuburbsParts of the area could see upwards of two feet of snow. Strong winds could also lead to power outages and coastal flood concerns. 
SNOW TIMELINE: At Least 6 To 12 Inches For Bulk Of Tri-State, 18-24 Possible Northwest Of NYCMost of the Tri-State Area will see 6-12 inches, but there is a pocket just northwest of New York City where up to 2 feet is possible.