- Associated Press - Wednesday, February 5, 2014

NEW YORK (AP) - New York City’s sanitation commissioner says some secondary streets still need plowing but overall snow removal was going well.

Around 6 inches of snow are expected in parts of the metropolitan area on Wednesday.

Commissioner John Doherty says roads were not freezing and that was “a big help.” But he says the big question is whether “it will ice up” later in the day.

He spoke to Fox News “Good Morning NY.”

He says it’s slippery in places and pedestrians and motorists should be careful about black ice.

Wednesday’s snow is the city’s third this season. Doherty says the city will “no doubt” go over its snow budget but that won’t dictate how it handles a storm.



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