[Update below] It may seem like things are thawing out from yesterday's surprise snowstorm, but all NYC parks are closed until further notice. Notify NYC says, "City Parks are closed to the public until further notice, due to inclement weather causing the risk of falling trees."

One woman was injured by a falling tree branch by Central Park: According to DNA info, "A 69-year-old woman was taken to New York-Presbyterian/ Weill Cornell Medical Center at 1:21 p.m. after being struck by a branch at Central Park West and [West] 61st Street, according to OEM and Parks Department officials. A Parks spokesman said the woman was hit on the back by the branch and then tripped over another tree limb, injuring her head and knees. She was breathing and conscious when taken to the hospital, but her current condition is unknown, according to Parks."

Update: Central Park is open—"Central Park is open, but caution is advised. Danger may persist due to weather and risk of falling trees. Pls be safe!"—and the Parks Department says, "An advisory to be cautious when entering parks remains in effect. Heavy wet snow and strong wind gusts, combined with full leaves still on trees, has damaged thousands of trees in parks throughout the City, creating an elevated and ongoing danger of falling branches and trees. Forestry crews are working to address the damage, and parks are available for use, but some dangerous conditions may persist. To report downed trees or branches, please visit our forestry service request system or call 311. In case of emergency, please call 911."