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But the world is still governed by physical and natural restraints. When even a little snow turns into blizzard-like conditions—two inches an hour, as happened Thursday—right before the afternoon rush, the predictable happens. Cars and trucks slip around and crash into each other. According to NYPD Chief of Department Terence Monahan, speaking at a damage-control press conference that the mayor hastily convened Friday afternoon, the city had nearly 2, crashes Thursday, 1, more than usual.
The solution to such afternoon crises is to stop people from coming to work or school altogether, well before it starts snowing.
But as of Wednesday night, forecasters were predicting just an inch or so of snow; the city and state have endured criticism before for disrupting work and school lives for no reason. On the eve of a predicted blizzard nearly four years ago, Governor Cuomo closed the subway; when the storm fizzled, everyone made fun of him. The storm amplified pre-existing incompetence.
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But even on a good day, New York City and all its billions and brains cannot figure out how to move children from their homes to their schools on a fixed route. For adult commuters not dependent on incompetent school bureaucrats, an immutable fact remains: snow is wet, slippery, and inconvenient. The mayor was one example: Thursday night, he said, he got stuck in a car travelling from Gramercy Park Tavern downtown to Gracie Mansion uptown, crawling along because of the snow.
The trip, though , is a half-hour subway ride and walk.
Ironically, the subway, which has experienced crises over the past two years, worked reasonably well during and after the storm. Wind will gust to around 20 MPH at times. By sunrise tomorrow the showers and wind will be over and during the day the clouds will diminish. It will be the first of three partly sunny days in a row to enjoy.
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Highs those days will be in the 40s and lows will be from the high teens to the mid 20s. Winter is slowly creeping back into our weather picture.
New York State Fair weather forecast for Friday, Aug. 24
This morni Cloudy skies and a small chance of on and off rain and snow will continue today turning to a chance of snow tonight. If there is going to be any accumulation it will be at night and light. Highs will be in the 40s F today and lows tonight from the upper teens to low 20s.
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