The snowstorm during the holiday brought out some of the weak points in the cities handling of the weather. There was much finger pointing and name calling going on. And I'm talking about the civil servants, not the general public. They had every right to be mad. Many parts of Brooklyn and Queens were left buried in snow to fend for themselves.
When the storm that followed during the past week, the media was sure that the city was going to be crippled. Many people were worried that they wouldn't have enough supplies at home, or at least a few news sources made it seem that way. The city administration spoke with confidence that it wouldn't repeat what happened a week prior. So, when the snow started to fall, I went out with my camera to see how ready they were. Here are the photo's from Tuesday night.