New York City will feel like an iceberg Wednesday after getting pounded all day Tuesday by snow. Temperatures won’t top 17 degrees on Wednesday and wind gusts of 35 mph will make it feel brrrr-utal. Sanitation spokesman Vito Turso said plows and sanders were working in the Upper East Side as soon as the snow started falling in the morning. He said an earlier rush hour hampered the department’s snow duties. “There’s been an extraordinary amount of rush hour traffic that started much earlier that tied up our equipment,” said Turso, adding that 2,000 of the city’s Strongest were working 13-hour shifts and more than 1,700 plows were deployed. In New York, the snow accumulated between 1 and 2 inches per hour and broke daily maximum snowfall records at LaGuardia Airport and Central Park – which recorded 11.5 inches of snow during the storm, the agency said. Monday morning, MTA subways were running on normal service schedules with some scattered delays because of signal problems. The Metro-North Rail Road was also running on a regular schedule but the Long Island Rail Road was running a reduced weekend schedule. More than 3,000 flights were canceled nationwide, including 156 at JFK and 250 at LaGuardia. Transit officials said subways would run on a modified schedule Wednesday and buses will run at 80% to 90% of normal levels. The Long Island Rail Road will operate on a weekend schedule.