Perdido 03

Perdido 03

Sunday, March 2, 2014

Going To Be A Beautiful Day Tomorrow

Two days ago, models were showing a potential 6-12 inch snow storm (with possibility for more.)

Today the radar is showing perhaps a couple of inches of snow heading our way while the mid Atlantic states get the heaviest amounts.

Lee Goldberg, who warned of a 12+ storm potential a couple of nights ago, says we should expect 1-3 inches.

Frankly, I'm snowed out, so I either wanted a snowmaggedon so bad that even Macy's was going to have to close (thus ensuring NYC schools would be closed too) or little to no snow at all.

Looks like we're getting little to no snow at all.

Here's hoping this is the last of it this winter.

I'm ready for spring.


  1. Gosh, I hope you're right even though this alert went out earlier today:
    Notification issued 3/2/14 at 4:00 PM. The New York City Office of Emergency Management (OEM) today issued a Hazardous Travel Advisory for Monday, March 3. The National Weather Service has forecast 2 to 4 inches of snow accumulation through Monday morning. Temperatures will not reach above freezing until Friday. The Department of Sanitation issued a Snow Alert today at 11AM. PlowNYC will be available tomorrow at

    The sender included the following attachment:

    The sender provided the following contact information.
    Sender's Name: Notify NYC
    Sender's Email:
    Sender's Contact Phone: 212-639-9675

    1. By little to no snow, I meant like 2 inches. Which is pretty much what the OEM alert was calling for. This winter, 2-4 inches is like a day in the park. Hell, we went in to school when 11 inches fell from rush hour on!

  2. Now the estimate is down to 1-3 inches.

    1. We got a dusting in Jersey City. Even Mayor Fulop could handle it!