NYC Mayor In $700 Fendi Scarf Tells Residents To Stay Home As Nor'easter Dumps Snow

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by Tyler Durden
Tuesday, Feb 13, 2024 - 02:55 PM

A nor'easter is blanketing parts of the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast with snow on Tuesday morning, creating messy conditions for commuters traveling along the I-95 corridor.

New York City Mayor Eric Adams advised residents to stay home as the metro area anticipates receiving more than 8 inches of snow, marking the highest snowfall total since Central Park recorded 7.3 inches in January 2022.

During a press conference on Monday, Mayor Adams said New York City public schools will close on Tuesday and all students will move to remote learning. 

"We expect slippery roads and limited visibility," the mayor said, adding, "We're strongly encouraging New Yorkers, if you don't have to go out, stay home."

Suburbs west of the city are forecasted to receive upwards of a foot of snow. Northern New Jersey, eastern Pennsylvania, and southern New England are also expected to receive about a foot. 

If Adams wished to employ the illegals, his administration could hand them shovels and salt, instructing them to get to work today. But we doubt that - as some lucky migrants will watch the winter storm unfold from their luxury hotels, paid for by the taxpayer.