The Tri-State area is bracing for a “crippling and potentially historic” storm that could bury communities in up to 2 or more feet of snow.
Most people probably welcome the warm weather, except, maybe, for some local fire officials worried about the potential for more brush fires.
It’s a wake up call for us all, the disturbing trend in Rockland County.
Heavy, blowing snow was clobbering the northern suburbs Wednesday afternoon, hitting communities where thousands of people remained in the dark from Superstorm Sandy last week.
A two-day wake started Thursday for four members of the same family that died in a horrible house fire on Tuesday morning. Investigators are still unsure of the cause even as they questioned the only survivor of the blaze.
The fire siren will remain silent in Monsey. The emergency signal was turned off last month for a three month trial after residents complained about the noise.