Lots of Snow in NY
Lots of Snow in NY
Lots of Snow in NY
Rain and light snowballs fell in New York City, but towards Queens and Long Island the snow accumulation was heavier, between one and two inches.
Upstate the drop was even higher, up to four inches, as were areas in several states, including southern New England, as well as Pennsylvania and Connecticut.
Much more snow is expected next Monday, the accumulation will not be as high as in the center and the West coast of the country, where the weather has severely impacted with up to 12 inches in states such as South Dakota and Nebraska.
However, the minimal accumulation on the east coast is also a concern on state highways, so caution is suggested.
It is also suggested to be careful of temperatures that will drop below 20 degrees Fahrenheit.
New snowfall is expected in the Big Apple and metropolitan area starting Wednesday, according to the New York Weather Service report.
The severe weather is due to two “mini” storm systems traveling from the Midwest to the mid-Atlantic, experts say.
The weather will range from light to heavy rain, winds, up to snowfall of a maximum of three inches, according to estimates.
The conditions could cause slippery floors, so people are advised to take precautions when walking and driving.
However, New York is ready to turn the page by celebrating one of the most memorable Christmases in living memory with an endless list of activities.
As every year, Rockefeller Center is the center of the festivities and the neighborhood that takes the most photos and visits. The famous Christmas tree, 25 meters high topped by a brilliant 400-kilo Swarovski star, lights up on the evening of November 30 with a concert by Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton, and performances by Andrea Bocelli and Alicia Keys. Right there, is one of the most iconic ice skating rinks despite the ordeal of dealing with the masses. The tree can be visited until mid-January and the ice rink until April.
But we don’t leave Fifth Avenue because it offers a good collection of decorated window displays, starting with Bergdorf Goodman’s on 58th Street, which has a design team that works year-round for this sole purpose. This time, he wants to pay tribute to the most artisan creatives. Cartier, Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co and Gucci are also joining the Christmas dazzle. Lovers of balancing on ice have other opportunities beyond the more well-known Bryant Park and Rockefeller Center. You’ll find clues at the Wollman Ice Rink, south of Central Park; at Brookfield Place, in the World Trade Center; at the Seaport, in the financial district; in Winter Village on Governor’s Island; and the newest one on Manhattan West, near Madison Square Garden. Competing with Rockefeller Center, on 42nd Street, stands a true Christmas village: Bryant Park’s Winter Village. The park is filled with nearly 200 stalls selling holiday gift items and food, like steaming hot chocolate with fluffy toasted marshmallow marshmallows. If you don’t want to skate on its rink, the only one that’s free if you bring your own skates, you can always have a drink in one of the Lodge’s bars or eat in one of the park’s private igloos. Beyond Manhattan, the glow of little lights will take you on a journey throughout the city. Through January 8, Staten Island celebrates the NYC Winter Lantern Festival of lights; there is also an explosion of colors in the two botanical gardens of the city, the one in Brooklyn and the one in the Bronx; and there is probably no greater display than in the houses of the Dyker Heights neighborhood, in Brooklyn. Despite the fact that communication with the island is not ideal, the journey is worth it to see some Christmas designs as astronomical as the electricity bill should be. The best decorations are found between 83rd and 84th avenues, from 10th to 13th streets. Ideal for the little ones is the Amaze Light Festival, a true Christmas oasis that rises in the Citi Field stadium, in Queens, and brings together games, food, stories and party. Or the traditional Holiday Train Show, at the New York Botanical Garden, and its 25 little trains touring 190 miniature New York monuments. A great tour without almost moving from the same space.
There’s no show that encapsulates Christmas better than the Rockettes’ Christmas Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall. Dozens of Santa Clauses, drones flying over the theater, real camels, 3D effects.
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