White Christmas May Come a Day Late

This in from Notify NYC:

Notification issued 12/25/10 at 7:00 PM. The National Weather Service has issued a Blizzard Warning for New York City from 6:00 AM tomorrow through 6:00 PM Monday. The current forecast calls for 11-16 inches of snow accompanied by strong winds. With visibility expected to be near zero at times, caution should be exercised when traveling. For more information visit www.weather.gov/nyc.

Update: Alternate side parking regulations are suspended all day tomorrow, Monday, January 27, “to facilitate snow removal.” Parking meters remain in effect.

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  • Soulman

    “I’m dreaming of a white Boxing Day…”

  • x

    this will suck for a lot of people traveling home from visiting

  • nabeguy

    “With visibility expected to be near zero at times…” Sounds like one of those BBP discussions.

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  • Peter

    Yeah Baby !

  • David on Middagh

    { { { That’s funny. The *real* Peter never like to go sledding. } } }

  • Just A Neighbor

    Votes for restaurants in the hood for dinner tonight…?

  • Alanna

    Ditto on “Just a Neighbor”‘s inquiry.
    AND…this is my first year in BH…how close to death would I be by sledding down Columbia Heights!? (I’ve been dreaming of it since I moved in)

  • Andrew Porter

    Friends of mine hope to leave tomorrow for Italy. We’ll see…

    WNYC now saying 18″ – 2 feet.

  • lori

    Alanna, they used to do it years ago, but not recently. I don’t think it’s a good idea. Stick to “Squibb Hill”.

  • nabeguy

    Alanna, when I was a kid, the alternate name for Columbia Heights was “Suicide Hill”. I’ll admit that I was fool enough to sled it (and it was an incredible rush) but I was also nearly killed as well. Of course, back in those days, it was a two way street, so you had to deal with drivers who, caught up in their own snow-blind loss of common sense, attempted to drive UP the hill.