New York City hit with another snowstorm
WINTER. For the second time in a week, snow covered Big Apple causing disruption on Super Bowl Sunday even though the storm was more severe the first time around.
New Yorkers were slammed with the city’s second major snowstorm in a week on Super Bowl Sunday, announcing another week of nasty weather.
Commissioner Grayson and @nycemergencymgt Commissioner Criswell provide an update on tomorrow’s storm.https://t.co/EBEAc2pxLu— NYC Sanitation (@NYCSanitation) February 6, 2021
Sunday’s snowstorm also complicated road cleanup from the last storm. A winter storm warning was issued for the five boroughs through 9 p.m.
10:00 🤍❄️❄️❄️— Linda Santangelo (@Lindasantangel1) February 7, 2021
Snowy day in the big apple #Weather #uppereastside #Noreaster #snow #nyc #ny1snow @NY1weather @weatherchannel @JaniceHuff4ny pic.twitter.com/fkMi7wJQ88
But the weekend whiteout wasn’t nearly as bad as last Monday’s noreaster, which buried the city in 18 inches of snow.
Isn’t Central Park magical when covered in snow? ❄️— Central Park (@CentralParkNYC) February 2, 2021
Thank you to our #CentralParkConservancy colleagues for working around the clock, so all New Yorkers can safely enjoy its 843-acre backyard year-round. pic.twitter.com/wWmksxY2CF
First the worst snow storm in five years hit New York City snarling transportation, shutting down coronavirus vaccination sites and threatening the biggest storm surge since Superstorm Sandy in 2012. This massive winter storm slamed the Northeast and burried NYC in 1.5 feet of snow.
NYC joy in the snow! What a fun sight!— Lucy 🏳️⚧️ (@LucyRebel20) February 3, 2021
Even though many residents enjoyed a snowball fight in Washington Square Park in Manhattan, New Yorkers were being urged to stay home unless they are essential workers. Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared a state of emergency for NYC and 44 counties.
Photos by Marie Le Blé with Zuma Press
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