2018-03-07 / Front Page

Nor easter Due to Hit Queens Again

‎ By Dr. Dan Miller

Photo by Dr. Dan Miller/ DMD Images (c)2018

Mayor urges New Yorkers to remain at home during storm and to look out for their neighbors, particularly the elderly and the disabled.Photo by Dr. Dan Miller/ DMD Images (c)2018 Mayor urges New Yorkers to remain at home during storm and to look out for their neighbors, particularly the elderly and the disabled.With severe weather conditions plaguing many parts of the country New York City is expected to receive the second major storm within a week.

Mayor di Blasio has urged New Yorkers to be prepared for this Nor easter, one that will send winds up to 25 miles per hour and gusts of snow as high as 6-8 inches.

In response to the anticipate storm that will create high winds high tides with surging water the NYC Emergency Manage office has issued hazardous travel advisor‎y for Wednesday March 7, 2018. The winter storm warning is in effect from Tuesday night through Thursday morning.

Alternate side parking regulations have been suspended for Wednesday March 7 and Thursday March8 with meters remaining in effect.

The National Weather Service has declared a weather warning with a nor'easter expected to bring a wintry mix of rain and snow late Tuesday, before changing over to snow. The heaviest period of snow is expected to be for Wednesday afternoon through Thursday morning. Six to ten inches of snow may be expected in various parts of the city with heavier snow fall in the suberbs

‎Area of Queens where flooding has taken place before should prepare for possible flooding again.

Any Queens resident experiencing a health emergency should call 911 for assistance.

Mayor di Blasio has urged New Yorkers to stay at home during the storm and and to look our for their neighbors, particularly if they are elderly or disabled.

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