out the window of my apartment, it looked like this most of the day:
it’s been snowing since early in the morning.
it is currently thundering. thundering really loud. and a lot.
i want my normal back.
“I have never seen snow and do not know what winter means.”
~ Duke Kahanamoku
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Tagged 350 east 52nd street, cold, Duke Kahanamoku, nyc weather, rain, snow, thunder, winter
hard to believe february is almost over. i’ve pretty much spent the entire month preparing for the first big meeting for nutrition & metabolism society members. during the month of january i feared no one would show up. by yesterday i was actually 3 people over booked. people are flying in from all over the country and even one person from england to attend my meeting. i was not expecting this at all but it made me very happy. i told richard we may have to stand during the entire meeting and asked him not to eat too much – if he has to eat at all. i ordered lunch for 40 – not 43.
here is the weather forcast:
Snow will develop this morning and pick up intensity through this
afternoon. There will be a period this afternoon into early this
evening when the snow mixes with or changes to rain. The precipitation
is expected to change back to all snow tonight.
For now expect accumulations to range from 7 to 12 inches… with
locally higher amounts possible. In addition… if no mixing of
rain occurs… amounts will end up towards the higher end of the
range… if not a bit more.
A Winter Storm Warning means significant amounts of snow…
sleet… and ice are expected or occurring. Strong winds are also possible.
This will make travel very hazardous or impossible.
Stay tuned to NOAA all hazards weather radio or visit our web
site at weather.Gov/NYC for further details and updates.
is this really happening?
|“Worry never robs tomorrow of its sorrow, it only saps today of its joy.”
| Leo F. Buscaglia
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Tagged nyc weather