Snow bombs away — our live blog of Winter Storm Grayson!

Bundle up: It's a cold one out there!
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Brooklyn is in the icy throes of Winter Storm Grayson, a blizzard our friends at The Weather Channel christened with the rather chilling moniker of “Bomb Cyclone” because it will intensify as it undergoes bombogenesis — a dramatic drop in pressure — while pummeling the borough with nearly 30-mile-per hour winds and what could amount to more than a foot of snow. Naturally, our crack team of storm trackers is on the streets telling the story. Check back periodically or hit refresh for updates, and if you have a hot tip, call it in at (718) 260–8303.

Updated 6:04 pm, January 4, 2018
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Reasonable discourse

Not Goish from Prospect Heights says:
Winter storms are not named. Just another nor’easter. The authority is the National Weather Service, not a private weather forecasting enterprise.
Jan. 4, 12:29 pm

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