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Yeeeeek! It's Snowzilla!

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It's just light snow, with sunny conditions forecast for Wednesday.

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New York City got lucky - only 8-11 inches. Much less than expected. Roads generally cleared. All driving restrictions have been lifted by NYS. Public transportation already getting re-started and should be all back up running normally in a couple hours. City that never sleeps opening up again. Manhattan no longer an island by itself with traffic allowed across rivers.

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This is the usual mantra now in the USA. A complete freak-out about any impending weather situation other that clear and pleasant.

Mostly just nonsense to fill hundreds of hours of air time on a multiplicity of channels.

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I don't like to see people suffer....but.....it's a choice to live in a cold weather climate like that. You made your choice.

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Better than the alternative: Boston still getting pounded by snow and blizzard hours later, as the Noreaster parks itself just off its coast!

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Reminiscent of the Blizzard of '78 that pounded RI and Massachusetts. Official measurements of that storm low-balled the real snow-depths.

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