Up to 6 inches of snow expected in NYC as Nor’easter wallops region, hundreds of flights canceled
Snow was pummeling the Tri-State area Tuesday as a major winter storm slammed the region bringing the most snowfall in years to New York City.
By the end of the day, New York City is expected to see a full five inches —
enough for sledding in Central Park for the first time since the Big Apple broke a 700-day snow drought on Jan. 16.
About 224 flights – or 43% – out of LGA were nixed Tuesday morning, FlightAware data showed.
Conditions are then looking better for Valentine’s Day, expecting to clear up by tomorrow.
New York could get a glimpse at the Northern Lights thanks to a geomagnetic storm – but there’s a catch
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