Updated: Tues, Jan. 27 at 2:45 p.m.
John Bonazzo contributed reporting.
Monday night’s blizzard did not meet the grave, “historic” expectations meteorologists and public officials had set for it — at least, not in New York City.
After projections of between two and three feet of snow, 9 inches of snow blanketed the Bronx by Tuesday morning, according to the National Weather Service. Almost 8 inches covered Central Park and Park Slope, Brooklyn saw 7 inches.
Long Island and Massachusetts are said to have received the brunt of the storm. 17.8 inches of snow covered Massapequa, Long Island — and in Shrewsbury, Mass. — about 40 miles from Boston — 31 inches of snow covered the ground by Tuesday morning.
After canceling classes Monday afternoon and all day Tuesday, Fordham will resume its normal operating schedule on Wednesday, Public Safety said.
- Health Services at Rose Hill open Tuesday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
- Rose Hill’s neighborhood shuttle service will resume Tuesday evening
- Ram Van service will resume normal operations, beginning Wednesday morning
- Residential dining halls will open on their normal schedules at both campuses
- Walsh and Quinn Libraries will open on its normal schedule; Law Library is closed on Tuesday, but will be open on Wednesday
- Most of the subway system is operating on a Sunday schedule [More details]
- City buses resumed operations as of 9 a.m. Tuesday — also on a Sunday schedule
- Metro North Railroad and the Long Island Railroad resume operations — on a Sunday schedule
- New York City parks were opened as of 11 a.m. on Tuesday
- New York City public schools will open on Wednesday, after being closed Tuesday