Thank you New York Post for that headline.
And what the paper reports about the weather possibilities:
A fast-moving storm will dump an inch of snow an hour on the city starting at 6 p.m. Saturday and possibly into Sunday, when rain — and then an arctic blast — will turn the Big Apple into a treacherous tundra.
Flakes will fall “hard and quick” before turning to rain sometime between midnight and 3 a.m. Sunday, meteorologists said.
And another take with illustrations...
The NWS has issued a Winter Storm Watch for NYC. Our NY1 official forecast is for 2-4" of snow with snow changing to rain, followed by a flash freeze Sunday night. Conditions will be changeable. pic.twitter.com/Rx8YSJt3SD— Erick Adame (@ErickAdameOnTV) January 17, 2019
Perhaps the biggest weather story unfolding for NYC is the Dangerous Cold on the way. Snow Saturday night could accumulate briefly but look at the Arctic Blast that arrives Sunday night and peaks on Monday. pic.twitter.com/118nSyRBtQ— Erick Adame (@ErickAdameOnTV) January 17, 2019
The area is currently under a Winter Weather Watch. There is a 90 percent chance of unbridled media hysteria and random grocery purchases.
Previously on EV Grieve:
How can I really be expected to post today when the Storm of Feb. 9™ is here?
How can I really be expected to post today when heavy thunderstorms are likely on the way?
How can I really be expected to post today when 78 degrees™ is on the way?