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The downpour that flooded parts of Brooklyn, Staten Island and Queens on Sunday night will continue throughout Monday and Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service. NYC boroughs flood, be safe @Streetlevelnyc #StatenIsland #Queens #brooklyn pic.twitter.com/xUdUUkfkSy — Street Level (@Streetlevelnyc) June 1, 2015 Sunday’s heavy rains started around 6 PM, bringing between 2 to 3 […]

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Know that every time you consult some dumb weather app, you are wasting a wonderful opportunity to instead get your weather report from Predator. A new site by comedian, writer and producer Christian Lynch and Jeff Greco called Carl Weathers’ Weather tells you the weather the way Carl Weathers would. Whether the weather’s hot or […]

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America was once broken, tattered and torn. The cold came in and killed all that was good and noble and free atop the Brooklyn Bridge. But the Department of Transportation has vanquished the evil and restored our symbol of pride: #NYCDOT raises new American flags on top of the #BrooklynBridge today, a refreshing sight after […]

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Thanks to the continued snow, ice and road salt, manhole covers are still popping off all over the city. According to ABC7, up to 13 covers exploded into the air on Greenpoint’s Norman Avenue early Thursday morning, a manhole fire broke out in Richmond Hill, and on Wednesday afternoon, officials responded to a manhole fire […]

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As much as the current cold wave sucks, it does offer local media outlets some great content opportunities. Ice floes are nothing new and they happen elsewhere, but like all things weather, when they happen in New York City, they carry even greater significance (at least to New Yorkers) than when they form in other […]

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One of the city’s best commuter options, the East River Ferry, was forced to shut down its operations earlier today due to the arctic-like ice buildup all along the East River. Due to ice, we are suspending service until further notice. Please see our web advisory before traveling, as conditions may change abruptly. — East […]

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It’s so cold in New York City that the harbor looks like the Arctic Ocean, floating ice chunks and all. The temperature hit a low of 4 degrees on Monday morning, with a wind chill that made it feel more like -15. New York’s coldest February 16th on record, however, remains 1888 when it was […]

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It’s cold. It’s February in New York City, of course it is cold. After three months of runny noses, perpetually dark skies and bulky coats, it would be easy to dismiss the cries of New Yorkers as winter fatigue. But at least today, they’re right. It’s brutally cold here even in broader terms. Looking at […]

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While some New Yorkers hunker down during an extreme weather event, others venture out and use it to their advantage; like surfers love hurricanes, graffiti writers love snowstorms. Blizzards, even boring ones like last night’s, provide great cover when spray painting art on property without permission. There are less busybodies outside, snowy roads slow motor […]

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There is a cold front across this entire country and here in New York City, it’s going to be fucking cold on Thursday, and all week. There might even be snow overnight, which has everyone trying to guess how bad a winter it will be. Here’s a tip that will save everyone time, including The […]

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