Two piles remain in one abandoned lot where trucks dumped it after the freak November storm buried neighborhoods in so much snow.
Clouds are likely overhead right now before the snow, rain and mix arrives. A good portion of the area will see a widespread 2 to 5 inches, with some seeing more in the western New Jersey hills.
Although it’s another day starting off below normal, we will finish a little milder than yesterday.
Our storm has performed basically as advertised. A widespread 4-8 inches for many of us, those living in the Hudson Valley & interior Connecticut, 6 or less.
Hot commodities at the ShopRite in Yonkers included water and snow shovels.
It’s not easy being outside with the brutal wind gusts pushing the wind chill into the single digits.
Mayor Bill de Blasio on Wednesday put out a call for blood donations Wednesday, after a major shortfall that came as a result of the snowstorm this week.
Finally, the snow has ended as of early morning hours. Orient, N.Y. was the “winner” with 30 inches. Southampton followed suit with 29 inches.
At Ewen Park in the RIverdale section of the Bronx, there was plenty of downhill fun to be had Tuesday.
Over the phone, an ambulance medical technician talked the father through the delivery and gave him instructions for drying and warming the baby, police said.
But Rockland County Executive Ed Day said when he woke up to just 2 inches of snow at his house, he would have liked to have had the power to lift the travel ban locally.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared a state of emergency Monday from Sullivan and Ulster counties down south.
New York City public schools will be closed Tuesday, and all nonemergency vehicles will be banned from the roads as of 11 p.m. Monday, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced.
Long Island is right in the bull’s-eye of a massive winter storm which could dump up to two or more feet of snow in some areas.
Tri-State Area residents are stocking up on food, water and other storm essentials to last for several days.