If you haven’t noticed yet (or have been in doors all day), it’s been raining cats and dogs all afternoon. But what better way to celebrate Earth Day than with an absolute wash-out?
Meteorologists are predicting that some areas will receive over three inches of precipitation from this springtime n’oreaster, the worst coming late tonight with winds hitting nearly 40 miles per hour.
The Mets already cancelled their doubleheader against San Francisco and the MTA has informed that the public that they will hopefully have the railways on lock.
And tomorrow will not be Earth Day anymore. That means its green charm will be fully gone so be prepared for a terribly possible case of the Mondays.
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on April 22, 2012