Thursday, February 25, 2010

Could Be a Foot of Snow in Brooklyn by the End of Today (Thursday, Feb. 25)

Remember how you laughed at those folks loading up at the supermarket yesterday?

According to the National Weather Service, parts of Brooklyn could get up to a foot of snow and Manhattan could get 13 or 14 inches today. The snow will start at rush hour and accumulate all day.

The westernmost parts of Brooklyn are expecting from 5 - 9 inches of the white stuff. Moving easterly towards Brooklyn Heights, we're looking at anywhere from 6 - 12 inches. Midtown Manhattan could get from 6 - 14 inches.

Further west, to East Orange, NJ, expect from 7 - 15 inches of snow.

Another 1 - 3 inches may arrive on Friday.

Go to McBrooklyn's HOME PAGE.


Anonymous said...

do you know if the post office will be closed today?

Ethan said...

Post offices never close on snow days...

Anonymous said...

BH is the most westerly you can get in Brooklyn; did you confuse East with West?

MK said...

Oops, right you are. Will change directions.