I now know why movies come with a director’s cut. I was going through some of my older and unpublished New York City photos and found a few from Manhattan and Brooklyn that I just couldn’t send to the backup drive before sharing. I hope you enjoy.
This pretty much sums it up. Weather.com says the snow is supposed to stop some time late tonight or tomorrow morning. 12-18 inches of the stuff piling up. I already received a call from American Airlines saying my flight at 6 tonight is cancelled. So this post goes out to all those with cancelled flights!
Grab some chili, a beer, and lets hope our rescheduled flights get out on time!
“It’s an utter disgrace,” said Tommy Perlman, a New Yorker whose stretch Hummer limo was forced to park 8 inches from the curb at Rolf’s Bar and Restaurant on Sunday. “And I don’t mean ‘utter’ like a cow’s udders. I mean it’s like a big disgrace. A big, utter disgrace,” Perlman continued.
Snow was clearly visible on Perlman’s man Uggs as he slammed the limo’s door and opened a cooler full of Miller High Life.
I wish I was in Antarctica, where it’s warmer today. I’m not kidding. I checked the temperature. At a frigid 15 degrees (feels like -4), New York City is 20 degrees colder than Antarctica, which at McMerdo station is supposed to be 35 today. You could hop on a cruise ship and find yourself amid soaring glaciers and ice flows and you’d still be warmer than in Times Square.
The coldest temperature ever recorded in Antarctica was -129F and the coldest temp recorded in New York was -52F in 1979. I can’t really believe that but it’s in a USA Today article here.