— Storm Team 4 NY (@StormTeam4NY) March 26, 2014
There are some flurries, but not much to report. The local National Weather Service for NY had this cool graphic:
— NWS New York NY (@NWSNewYorkNY) March 26, 2014
As for the snow storm, it's hitting Cape Cod with 66 mph winds! Boston.com's David Epstein wrote, "This morning we find the big ocean storm intensifying rapidly as predicted. I think it’s good thing this storm is so far offshore, as had it come a hundred miles closer I’d likely have no power and be stuck inside all day. The size of this storm is dangerous and while I love a good snowstorm, this one had the potential to do some real damage and bring southern New England to a standstill. But, the storm isn't close to us so it's really a non-event for almost everyone."
Going over road North Shore of Cape Cod in Dennis near Chapin Beach, easy gusts over 50mph pic.twitter.com/y7o4TpzGsz
— Weir Lundstedt (@4castrnh) March 26, 2014
Anthony Sagliani, meteorologist for Accuweather, Tweeted a link to this animation of the "troughs phase.