This might be the biggest blizzard in the history of New York City and on the east coast.
The entire east coast is on high alert as tens of millions of people in the Northeast hunkered down on Monday for a historic blizzard that was forecast to drop 2 feet of snow or more and bring Boston and New York to a standstill.
5,000 flights were scrapped as the east coast is bracing for a snowstorm of epic proportions. Mayor Bill de Blasio of New York says: “This will most likely be one of the largest blizzards in the history of New York City.” He has ordered non-essential vehicles off city streets, including cabs and food delivery bicycles, beginning at 11 p.m. ET.
Governor Andrew Cuomo announced limited subway service beginning Monday evening and said commuter trains would stop rolling on Monday night.
Looks like this storm is going to be one crazy storm.