It's supposed to snow tomorrow.
Earlier in the week, the man on my TV told me to expect about an inch of snow.
Tonight he says 6-10.
It will be all done by Sunday afternoon, so there's no chance of a snow day in the New York City public school system on Monday.
But you can be sure that even if it snowed until 10 AM Monday morning and there were 36 inches of white powder blanketing New York City with drifts so high they were up to Mayor Moneybags beady, bloodshot eyes, Chancellor Klein would wait until the last second possible to close New York City schools - like 6:30 AM after thousands of teachers were already on their way to work.
And of course he'd make that call from a comfy chair in front of his fireplace in his Park Avenue duplex apartment while sipping cocoa and watching his favorite hedge fund managers/education reformers on CNBC's morning show.
Cuz' that's the kind of guy Uncle Joel is.