Non-metereologist RoBeast Rollie reporting here from the No-No Zone in the middle of Manhattan. I hit the street early this morning to see the latest disaster that I slept through. For the most part, there were more dogs and amateur photographers out than branches down. Thumbs up, NYC.
Here's my round up of the urban destruction:
|Umbrellas have been mutilated.|
|Balloons have been abandoned.|
|Drum Circles are cancelled.|
|Looters are running rampant.|
|Unemployment has not been halted.|
|And businesses continue to get their typo on.|
In all seriousness, it's still potentially dangerous out there, so be careful. I was a few steps away from getting hit by a metal rod falling from one of the blue awnings in the picture below.
Some tourists saw it happen and I told them, "I wouldn't go that way if I were you." They responded, "Maybe we should go back to the hotel."
|Branch down on Laguardia Pl.|
|Off of Bleecker St.|
|Evil fog and a large branch being cleared looking South on Broadway.|
|... and the Media too.|