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"Our fantastic facilities staff are on the front line every day making sure our City’s young people have safe, secure places to learn, including overnight if needed."
Another storm is expected to bring two inches of rain overnight in some parts of the New York City area, days after Ida.
The fast-moving storm is expected to arrive shortly after 6 p.m. on Wednesday, picking up intensity throughout the evening, before tapering off by morning.
Let's boggle our minds with some math today.
Welcome to the fourth wettest June on record!
What's that shiny object in the sky? Don't look, you'll hurt your eyes, but we have it on good authority it is the sun.
Photograph by JoelZimmer on Flickr New Yorkers, your umbrellas have not
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