East 86th Street is home to some wonderfully pricey real estate. It’s also home to a pig sty of a sidewalk between Lexington and 3rd on the south side of the street.
New York City as well as points east and west are expected to see up to 3 inches of snow, with lesser amounts south where the changeover to rain occurs early.
Commuters faced some hazardous travel conditions during the morning rush hour on Tuesday.
Blizzard conditions with heavy snow and powerful winds are possible in both cities starting Monday and into Tuesday, and snow should arrive in some areas before daybreak — just in time for the start of the work week.
Another winter storm has battered the Tri-State, and could dump another 6 inches of heavy, wet snow by the time it’s all over.
A winter storm warning is in effect until 6 p.m. Wednesday for most of the region as a wintry mix of sleet and freezing rain is expected to fall throughout the day.
“We used to have three pickups a day here in Astoria. We are down to one,” New York State Assemblywoman Aravella Simotas, who represents the area, said.
Rev. Fred Lucas Jr. was one of four people to deliver an invocation during Wednesday’s ceremony.
A winter storm is expected to bring several inches of snow and ice to the Tri-State area this weekend.
A New York City sanitation worker was hospitalized Sunday, after touching a live power line while working on cleanup efforts in Staten Island.
Pedro Hernandez is still in the hospital where he was arraigned bedside Friday on second-degree murder charges in the 33-year-old case.
Assemblyman Dov Hikind and Sen. Jeff Klein are introducing legislation which would require sanitation agents to photograph and document the condition of a property at the time a ticket is issued.
Forecasters are calling for some snow this morning and there could be another snow shower later today and early tonight, but temperatures are expected to hit a high of 41 degrees.
The first flakes started falling in New York City about 2:30 a.m. By around noon, nearly three inches had fallen on the Upper West Side, around two inches in the Bronx and about an inch and a half in Central Park.
A family leaps from their burning home — into the arms of two New York City Sanitation Department workers who just happened to see the flames. Joe Maneggio and Semi Nkozi began their work day saving the lives of a whole family.