New York City’s airport and rail networks reopened Sunday as the city awaited the arrival of a second storm system.
The city’s airports reopened on Sunday after the weekend storm passed and remained open for flights, according to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
The rail network reopened on Monday morning, the New York Central Railroad Company said.
The transit system is back online, according the New Jersey Transit Authority.
All New York city and county airports reopened by early afternoon, including John F. Kennedy International Airport and LaGuardia Airport.
The subway system resumed service as planned Sunday, MTA spokeswoman Megan O’Malley said.
A storm surge advisory remains in effect in Manhattan and Brooklyn.
In the Bronx, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey said that the Rockaways Beach Road, which connects Brooklyn with Manhattan, remained closed.
The Port Authority tweeted that “all roads are open and safe to travel.”
In Queens, Queens Fire Department said that “no injuries have been reported” from a storm surge.
A wind gust of 90 mph was recorded in the Bronx on Sunday, according a video posted on the city’s YouTube page.
A gust of up to 95 mph was reported in the borough of Queens on Sunday afternoon.
The winds were expected to continue into the evening, according police.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Sunday that New York is “under siege.”
The mayor said that people should prepare for the possibility of storm surge, flooding, downed power lines, downed trees and other emergencies.
De Blasio said he spoke to Gov.
Andrew Cuomo to offer his condolences.
DeBlasio said New Yorkers have been told to “be prepared and not to panic,” and urged people to be aware of the “danger of storm surges and the damage they could cause to property.”
DeBlasso said the storm surge warnings were in effect for the city and that the city has more than 2.3 million residents.
De Blasio said he asked the governor to declare a state of emergency and asked that emergency services be brought to those communities.
The governor is expected to address the city at a news conference on Monday.
Deblasio, who is also a Democrat, said he was “heartbroken” by the death of a 6-year-old boy at the hands of his aunt.
DeLisi was on his way to visit his grandmother’s home on Monday afternoon when he fell from the second-story window of a building, according DeLisi’s father, Joseph Lisi.
Joseph Lisi said his son was a “good boy,” who loved to ride his bike and play football.
He was not the kind of person to hurt anyone, Joseph said.
Joseph said the family had been trying to convince their insurance company to change their policies to cover the damage caused by the storm.
The mayor has called for residents to take precautions in the event of a storm, saying the government should have made sure people were “ready and able” to evacuate.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.