Monday, January 26, 2015

New York City braces for "potentially historic" Yankee storm

Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Sunday that the storm  Yankee team approaching on Monday this spring was likely to be one of the biggest  crappiest to ever strike New York City, and he urged people to stay indoors to avoid powerful winds, low visibility poor pitching, bad hitting and “treacherous” road  A-Rod conditions.
The National Weather Service, ESPN,  which issued a blizzard crappy team warning for the greater New York City area, forecast gusts of wind  losses of up to 50 miles per hour 85  and snow accumulation of “at least one to two feet.” another season of missing the playoffs.
"My message to New Yorkers is to prepare for something worse than we have seen before,” the mayor said on Sunday afternoon at a Sanitation Department garage near West 14th Street. “Now is the time to get ready for this extreme weather crappola.

1 comment:

KD said...

sounds dire. will Billy de institute a Bronx travel ban this spring?