Thursday, December 17, 2020

11 p.m. in the East Village, and scenes from Winter Storm Gail

As of this posting (5:42 a.m. — good morning!), a snow-sleet combo continues to lash the city as the nor'easter — Winter Storm Gail — slowly moves on.

Forecasts for final snow totals range from 8-12 inches to a Jake Gyllenhaal/"The Day After Tomorrow"-type event ... we'll have more on the particulars in one of the 78 upcoming snow posts this morning.

Meanwhile, EVG contributor Stacie Joy shared these photos from a stroll around the neighborhood last night at 11...
... and in Tompkins Square Park...

4 comments:

Goggla said...

I also ventured out around 11pm and was happy to see so many people out enjoying the early snow.

Nice snow figure in pic #9 - I hope there are more snow creations out there today.

Anonymous said...

It’s snowed for quite a while but not very hard, it looks like six inches at most where I’m at.

Anonymous said...

Great photos, Stacie! Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the snow photos Stacy. I haven't been able to leave my apartment since Mid-March due to multiple risk factors for COVID-19. So I really enjoyed seeing my neighborhood covered with snow for the holidays.