Hoboken White Weekend!
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Here’s a few random shots I took at various points throughout the night. We’re still in the middle of quite a nice snow storm, and will expect over a foot of snow in total! Awesome! As happy as I am day to day, this is just the cherry on the cake! Feel like a kid again!
(These shots were taken on a trip from the movie theater down to midtown – plus a few “pick me ups,” wink, wink)
Get ready for the snow!
Winter Storm Warning is still in effect for Hoboken – with snow expected to begin (and picking up) this afternoon. Official forecasters are predicting 8-14″ for our area. Get your errands done early today, and make sure you’re not parked on one of the Snow Emergency Route Streets! (see below). And if you have any interesting photos today or tomorrow, send them in to email@example.com.
Yep, we’re getting a snow storm! Hooray!
Now that a Winter Storm Warning is in effect for Hoboken and the NYC Tri-State area, it’s a good time to remind all drivers NOT to park on any of the designated Snow Emergency Streets!!
(Oh, and if you get some fun pictures of the snow this weekend, send ’em in to Hoboken411@gmail.com!)
Snow Emergency Streets in Hoboken
- Washington Street: (Both Sides)
- Willow Avenue: (West Side – Observer Hwy to 11th Street)
- Third Street: (North Side – Jackson Street to River Street)
- Fourth Street: (South Side – River Street to Jackson Street)
- Fifth Street: (South Side – Clinton Street to Hudson Street)
- 13th Street: (North Side – Washington Street to Willow Avenue)
See previous updates after the jump!
Are we in for big daddy, or just hype?
Forecasters are debating the upcoming weather for this weekend, and it looks like someone is in for a nice whopper of a winter storm.
While they’ve been flip-flopping as to how much the NYC Tri-State area will get, they’re advising that we be aware of the potential, just in case.
“How much snow will fall in New York City remains uncertain at this time. The latest snowfall forecast is for significantly lower amounts, but that idea might have to be scrapped. Storms that become as strong as this one will often spread heavy precipitation farther north than expected.”