2017 Blizzard “Stella” in Pictures

by David Greene

With some predictions for Winter Storm Stella as high as 2 feet, the five boroughs only received less than six inches during the storm that struck on Tuesday, March 15. Now many are questioning why school’s and elevated subways were shut and a State of Emergency declared. Although the city dodged the snow-bullet, counties like West Winfield, N.Y. received 42 inches and Binghamton, N.Y. got 30 inches.

on Edison Ave & Westchester Ave. Eli Rodriguez & Edward Rosado of Jovian Mangement Apartments plowing sidewalk

A mini snow plow removes the snow in Pelham Bay.–Photo by Edwin Soto

 

Transit worker's clean the stairs to the closed elevated subway train in Pelham Bay.--Photo by Edwin Soto

Transit worker’s clean the stairs to the closed elevated subway train in Pelham Bay.–Photo by Edwin Soto

 

With a day off from school, children in Pelham Bay spent time building a snowman.--Photo by Edwin Soto

With a day off from school, children in Pelham Bay spent time building a snowman.–Photo by Edwin Soto

 

The Parkchester Public Library announced their closing before the arrival of Winter Storm Stella.--Photo by David Greene

The Parkchester Public Library announced their closing before the arrival of Winter Storm Stella.–Photo by David Greene

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