[Ed. – Not much work left for ISIS to do here.]
A historic snowstorm blasted its way through the Northeast on Monday, bringing with it havoc, flight cancellations, school closings and worry that up to 3 feet of snow and hurricane-force winds might be on the horizon.
Both New York City and Boston took the rare step of banning all forms of travel due to the storm.
“It’s dangerous out there now. It’s only going to become more dangerous,” New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Monday evening as he announced a total ban on travel on any road after 11 p.m. in 13 counties including the city, suburbs and Long Island. …
De Blasio said city streets will be closed to non-emergency traffic as of 11 p.m. Monday. Schools will be closed Tuesday.
“Recognize this as an emergency, this is not business as usual,” de Blasio said. “This is going to hit very hard and very fast.”
Cuomo said anyone who violates the evening travel ban will be subject to a misdemeanor and $300 fine.