Say that headline five times fast! The city is cleaning up today following yesterday's late-winter messy mix of snow, sleet, rain, and freezing rain. Snowfall totals ranged from 2.5 inches in Sheepshead Bay to 5.5 inches in Central Park. There was probably more snow in the Bronx but nobody reported it. Across the region, Goshen, in Orange County, received a dash more than a foot of snow. Long Island didn't get much snow but the roads were slicked with ice. And if you read that Newsday story please be sure to click through to their odd and minimalist snowfall database.

JetBlue, taking no chances after last month's fiasco, cancelled more than 180 flights well before they were supposed to leave JFK, LaGuardia and Newark. "Our plan is working beautifully" JetBlue spokesman Todd Burke told AP. Around 1000 flights were cancelled at all three airports yesterday according to the Port Authority.

The Department of Sanitation kept busy with 2000 salt spreaders and plows on the road overnight. Gothamist seemed to have heard most of them. Special attention was paid to clear Fifth Avenue and the sidewalks along it for today's parade. If your street is unplowed call 311.

In today's forecast, all watches, warnings and advisories have been cancelled. We may see a few rain or snow showers late this afternoon into the evening. Otherwise it will be a sloppy, cool, day as the slush melts.

Special St. Patrick's Day weather link bonus that has nothing to do with St. Patrick's Day: Newsday's impossible celebrity snowball fight flash game.

Snowy Stop at Marcy by Seth W via Flickr.