December 2010 - Central Park

Central Park Gets Twenty Inches of Snow

The first major snowstorm of the season packed quite a wallop, dumping almost two feet of snow on New York City.

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National Weather Service meteorologist Matt Scalora said Central Park had gotten 20 inches as of 7 a.m. with drifts up to three feet.

The winds were strongest overnight and into the early morning hours, blowing up to 59 mph at John F. Kennedy International Airport and 55 mph at LaGuardia Airport.

White Plains in Westchester County had even stronger gusts, up to 67 mph.

111th Annual Central Park Christmas Bird Count

Take part in this annual citizen-science tradition started by ornithologist Frank Chapman on December 25, 1900. . . . → Read More: 111th Annual Central Park Christmas Bird Count

Holiday Fun in Central Park

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Vigil for John Lennon Today at Strawberry Fields

Vigil for John Lennon today at Strawberry Fields . . . → Read More: Vigil for John Lennon Today at Strawberry Fields


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