From The New York Shitty Photo Pool: Let It Snow?
Taken by mistergalaxy. On a related note, here’s a message from the 94th Community Affairs office:
The National Weather Service has issued a Blizzard Warning for New York City from 6:00 AM Friday, 2/8 to 1 PM Saturday, 2/9. The current forecast calls for 10-14 inches of snow accompanied by strong winds. With visibility expected to be one quarter mile or less, caution should be exercised when traveling.Below you will find several resorces to help you prepare for the storm, and to remain safe during its impact within NYC. We will continue to keep you advised of any updates as they become available. We encourage you to forward this email to someone you think may benefit from this information using the links at the bottom.
For more information on the track of the storm:http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=001L0VwPB5G4HYXIt0qDurwRcyfOmETKe7pIOhAUbBSigm8VSNGdkyss6gA9vMX1u61EXopIQOuQnVqAaJ63izn7DAqd0MhtQd-6brpLhgTkyVoDcHU6jvbeg==.For winter storm preparations please visit OEM’s website:You can check the status of snow removal operations in your area by visiting PlowNYC:
http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=001L0VwPB5G4HZFuVxfzD97MoUXBFYU6g4nMgQYn22iCpub10k2UAu5eRIo5DQIHbsflQhOVgRD3iWluxUkzU94zvhCKiOMKf9K007DZZdTqHP2OwYxqnpfbur5Z2yP06vp1fKoHAJNU70kFAhPBdXvLSzexHekHeSS4HvsAbxvlOF-5xK61MPLcisMsO6TvbOLThe MTA has posted its winter weather travel advisories here:http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=001L0VwPB5G4HaExXC8zx4HPGO5-yW6PJA8LbGmBW_iFg_12CVMcROiu1JXkCHg0mTPW9h97TKU6kJyOkt_JdrFXE3fvFgK4PLkKMzrxr9awcwuBkIEgnClwQvSViuS7uezIpntWf2_Irg=
You can check on the status of power outages, or report an outage at ConEd’s Storm Central:
http://www.coned.com/sm/default.asp You may also call 1-800-75-CONED