8 to 10 cumulative inches of snow are expected tonight and tomorrow morning in the NY area. The storm, named Petunia, will be accompanied by frigid temperatures as low as 15°F Thursday evening, followed by an icy cold 9 °F Friday night. The good news is that temperatures will rise over the weekend to 46 °F Sunday. Rain on Sunday should melt away any accumulation, rendering v, Petunia, a memory quickly.
The New York Public Library is a great remote work location. There’s free wifi everywhere, and The Rose Main Reading Room in this photo has outlets for laptops.
There’s even a snack shop, and museum like exhibits. The current main exhibit is a tribute to Nelson Mandela.
The New York Public Library, glass negative from 1908 depicting horse carriages and trolleys. Late stage construction: trademark lions not yet installed. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)