Since this morning, local cable-only NY1 News has been saying six to eight inches. Despite everyone else saying ten to eighteen.
Now others are beginning to say six to ten inches.
Right now there are few flakes and about an inch has fallen.
But they say the worst will be between midnight and 3AM.
Microsoft had to cancel their midnight party for the Surface Pro tablet sales debut. Should they take this weather as an omen?
NYC Blizzard 2013: Update One
HaXXor extraordinaire Steven Troughton-Smith — who also owns all the toys — acceded to my
babyish begging request for photos comparing the iPad Mini to both the Galaxy Tab 7.7 and the never-released TouchPad Go (see, he does own all the toys!).
Galaxy Tab 7.7 vs. iPad Mini (click to enlarge):
His Galaxy Tab 7.7 is modded, software-wise, but we’re just looking at sizes here.
December 19, 2012: A Message from John Sargent
There are two reasons we decided not to settle. First, it is hard to settle when you have done nothing wrong.
February 8, 2013: A Message from John Sargent
Today we agreed to settle our case with the DOJ. We settled because the potential penalties became too high to risk even the possibility of an unfavorable outcome.
Who didn’t see this coming?
Next up, A Message from Tim Cook.
Being innocent Crime Collusion doesn’t pay.
The Desperate Mood Swings Of John Sargent
The National Weather Service still says 10-14 inches.
However, TV is now saying 12-18 inches.
That might be a subtle difference, but two inches more of snow is a huge difference.
TV is also saying this blizzard will be “historic.”
This could be worse than 2010:
December 27, 2010 Doom Snow, Part One
December 27, 2010 Doom Snow, Part Two
Blizzard Threatened For NYC