Hurricane could impact New York
Oct 02, 2015 12:03 am
Diane Pineiro-Zucker reports in The Daily Freeman that lots more rain is on the way to our already-soaked area, with Hurricane Joaquin heading up the east coast early next week. “If it will effect us, it won’t be for five days,” meterologist George Maglaras said on Sept. 30. On Oct. 1 New York Governor Andrew Cuomo held a phone briefing on the State’s preparations for the possible arrival of the hurricane later this week. "In the past, we were not – we didn’t take the worst-case scenario into full consideration and we paid the price," Cuomo said. "So our way now is to err on the side of caution and we’re starting to get prepared because there are things that you can do before a storm that, once the storm hits, it’s too late." Meterologists in the story said the storm was too far out to make any specific predictions for New York. Read the full story in The Daily Freeman.