Misery

Nor’easter bears down on New York City, complicating Superstorm Sandy recovery efforts

The lights blinked several times last night, as they did before we lost power during Superstorm Sandy.

This morning revealed why. All the trees that had been weakened by Sandy topped under the weight of the snow. There are four to six inches here, depending on the block. This is like a spiteful kick in the face after being dropped to the ground.

Monday is supposed to be 63F. Bring it.

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2 responses to “Misery

  1. Be unbelievable if the temp hits 63F…like living on a weird planet, crazy fluctuations in weather.

  2. Reblogged this on Jimmy Lee Shreeve and commented:
    More seriously evil weather on Staten Island (and US eastern), reported by resident and blogger Mike Cane…

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