David Slate, Contributor
Spending the winter holiday in New York City can be a memorable and magical experience, but usually not for the weather alone, as travelers have experienced this week.
Tiny white and jewel-toned lights dot the avenues, and shop windows cry out for a glance with their intricate and spirited displays. Everywhere in the city are the signs and the spirit of the season. Bells ring, singers sing, and the air is just, well... so cold.
Your warmed heart can help comfort you in the chilly air though, or you can just blend in and wear a giant puffy coat. However you prevent the gusts of snow and chill this holiday season in NYC, you can't say you didn't know it was coming.
Despite predictions for a balmier winter this season, the Boxing Day blizzard greets us can with the usual icy states.
The the past, conditions have varied, some with temperatures occasionally dropping into the upper 20s in December and mid-20s in January. It has also risen into the lowRead More »from Winter Holidays in New York City: Weather Extremes and Forecast