(New York, NY) -- The blizzard warning remains in effect for the Hudson Valley but has been lifted for New York City and snow totals there have been revised downward to three to 12 inches, depending on the borough.
Still, Governor Andrew Cuomo says a state of emergency remains in effect for the state and, starting at noon, Cuomo says he's suspending service on Metro-North because it goes to the Mid-Hudson where the snowfall is heavier.
Meanwhile, the Governor is urging people to stay off the roads, saying they're slick and dangerous.
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