We are thinking of travelling to NYC in mid Jan for a few nights, to celebrate my husband's birthday. After the snow last winter, we are wondering how well NYC copes with snow. We have been before and tend to stick with walking to see the sights we want to see, though we did use the bus tours before to get around, am just wondering if our breakaway would be a bit miserable if we can't get around to see what we want to see. It is not usually that bad. Additionally, Manhattan is always cleared before the boroughs, so if you're sticking to the usual shopping and sightseeing areas, it shouldn't be a problem at all.
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I have a question regarding the weather. My trip is upcoming in about 6 weeks and I am wondering what occurs if there is a lot of snowfall. I haven't booked any activities else since I know weather like Snow Storm Nemo last year can make a huge difference in how a city is in operation. Therefore, my question is how much snow would change NYC's normal functions that concern tourism? Do stores close? Would Broadway shows be cancelled? Any insight on this would be appreciated.
On Feb. But the snow was machine-made for a winter festival , and for New York City, it was virtually the only snow of the month. But a few flakes fell on Saturday, the extra day of a leap year. And this winter, the city tied its second-smallest snow total on record. There was only a trace of snow in Central Park last month, only the sixth time the park had no measurable snow in February since records began in The paltry snowfall has left children crestfallen, teenagers pining for snow days and commuters relieved. Climate change, said Mark Wysocki, the New York State climatologist, leads to volatile weather patterns.
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