In new York dropped the long-awaited snow (photo)

In new York dropped the long-awaited snow (photo)

Today to the delight of many inhabitants of new York streets of the Big Apple was covered with a snow blanket.

Many citizens and guests of the city, taking advantage of weekends, come to admire the Christmas tree at Rockefeller center, which today has taken on a more festive look.

In new York dropped the long-awaited snow (photo)

Forecasters recorded in Central Park – 4.5 cm (1.8 inches) of snow at LaGuardia airport – 3.5 cm (1.4 inches) in the city of Hoboken, new Jersey, – (3,81 cm) 1.5 inches in new Canaan, Connecticut, 4.5 cm (1.8 inches).

According to the National weather service, the most snow fell in the County of orange, state of new York – 7.6 cm (3 inches).

Authorities warned residents of the County of ocean, new Jersey, and some parts of long island of the impending winter storm.

Day the temperature in new York rose to three degrees Celsius (37,4 F) and at night down to -1 (30 F). Despite the high temperature, due to the almost incessant rain, the snow will not have time to melt.

Meteorologists predict the temperature increase Sunday and early next week to 4-5 degrees Celsius (40 F). And starting next Tuesday there is a possibility of another snowfall. Due to an approaching cold front, the temperature may again drop to -1 (30 F).

Those who were a long time waiting for the snow immediately began to spread in social networks photos and videos, capturing memorable moment.

Finally!! Snowing in #NewYork ❄ I ❄ I ❄ I

— SupernaturalBaby🕎🎄❄ App (@Mazym99) December 9, 2017

It’s snowing in New York City

— Niv Dror (@Nivo0o0) December 9, 2017

Snowing in New York City….

— Art by Shan Sundaram (@tamilartist) December 9, 2017

New York is snowing! I really think I have had the best first time New York experience of all time!

— Khaya Dlanga (@khayadlanga) December 9, 2017

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— Roselene Dolce (@RoseleneDolce) December 9, 2017