This is what greeted me when I opened my apartment's window this morning: snow on the footsteps of the fire exit. The first snowstorm of the season came in yesterday afternoon, blanketing much of the Northeast from Virginia to southern New England with snow anywhere from 10 to 24 inches deep. Travel is disrupted just 5 days before Christmas. Many passengers are stranded in airport terminals and train stations. Meanwhile, life in New York City goes on...a bit slowly.
No amount of snow is stopping this guy walking in front of my apartment building on a Sunday morning. That includes me.
I doubt if these bikes will prove useful for now.
The subway is thankfully running.
A forgotten casualty of the storm.
No one wants to sit on these park chairs this morning.
Digging-up: sidewalk has to shoveled for safe passage.
Or make the clean-up easier with a snow blower.
Roads are cleared by snow plows of the Department of Sanitation.