New York City prepared itself for snow storm Stella’s onslaught. Weather forecasters called for nearly two feet of snow. The mayor cancelled school. Commuters couldn’t get to work as MTA shut services down and modified others. UberEats wasn’t delivering food. But things didn’t have to get so real, according to reports, because the National Weather Service knew by Monday afternoon that New York wasn’t going to get slammed, but never told the public.
Time-lapse video captures Winter Storm Stella hitting NYC
Time-lapse footage covered on Reuters' Times-Square camera capture the late season snowstorm as it hit New York City late Monday (March 13) night and into Tuesday (March 14). Snow plows from the city's department of sanitation worked continuously to keep streets clear. The blizzard swept through the heavily populated northeastern United States on Tuesday, grounding flights, canceling classes and pummeling those who ventured out onto snow-bound streets. The National Weather Service sharply...
What are the worst March snowstorms to hit NYC, Philly and Boston?
Winter Storm Stella is delivering snow, sleet and strong winds along the Northeast, creating extremely dangerous driving conditions and school cancellations. The late-season Nor'easter may not have been has bad has once predicted for some areas, but the Northeast has experienced monster March snowstorms. Below are five of the worst snowstorms to hit New York, Philadelphia and Boston in March. New York March 13, 1888 - 21 inches of snow, 70 mph winds, over 200 deaths. March 4, 1941 - 18.1
Winter storm Stella: Live updates (NYC, Philly, Boston)
Winter storm Stella rolled into the Northeast region overnight Monday with a mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain. The nor'easter should taper off by midday Tuesday, but might spark snow showers into early Wednesday morning. The heavy snow has created dangerous driving conditions, impacted mass transit and, in many cities, prompted school cancellations. Want the latest news about Stella? Follow along our live blog.
'Stella' to bring blizzard conditions, 12-18 inches of snow to NYC
Just a few days shy of spring and the Northeast is bracing for a foot of snow in what could be the worst snowstorm of winter 2017. This classic nor’easter, dubbed Winter Storm Stella, could dump as much as 12 to 18 inches on New York City. Wind will blow through at 20 to 30 mph with gusts topping 50 mph. Temperatures will reach a high of 32 degrees on Tuesday with a low of 25 degrees. It will be a big one, but it will likely not rival last year’s blizzard on January 22-23 that brought 27.5