LaGuardia Airport at one point recorded 2 inches of snow per hour.
The city's Emergency Management Department also issued a travel advisory for Monday cautioning commuters about slippery roads, and asking vehicles to drive slowly.
A storm that dropped between four and five inches of snow on areas of Sussex and Warren counties ended by 10:30 a.m., as predicted. The team warned baseball fans to check for weather delays ahead of the home opener, slated for 1:05 p.m. About 4.8 inches of snow fell in Central Park on Monday morning, well above the average April monthly snow total of 0.6 inches.
The first storm is moving through the upper Midwest on Saturday morning with heavy snow already falling over parts of North Dakota, Minnesota and Wisconsin.
While the area had no April snowfall in 2017 and 2015, it had a trace of snow in 2014.
Most schools are closed today for spring break.
A line of strong-to-severe storms likely Tuesday evening
Near the front, elevated thunderstorms will develop overnight, bringing the potential of large hail and heavy rain. Severe weather possible as a cold front moves across the Baton Rouge area, Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.
The bulk of the snow should fall between midnight and 3 a.m., said Trent Davis, meteorologist in Mount Holly, New Jersey.
On Sunday, accumulations should only be a couple of inches, mainly on grassy surfaces from Nebraska to Pennsylvania.
Most of the snow will likely be gone by late Monday or Tuesday. The storm was a very progressive system, which means it moves fast, rocketing through the city, dubbing enough snow to create for a nuisance through the morning commute.
Temperatures will remain below normal through the weekend with more chances of precipitation.
The cooler weather will continue into Tuesday, when a high of 48 degrees is forecast, but pick up Wednesday as highs climb to 63 degrees.
2 N 2 W of Swanton: 6.0 inches.