Bloomberg: Get Off the Road

    BRICK TOWNSHIP, NJ - NOVEMBER 06:  Trisha McAvoy carries bedding to her car while evacuating from her home due to an approaching storm on November 6, 2012 in Brick Township, New Jersey. As the New Jersey coastline continues to recover from Hurricane Sandy, numerous polling stations have had to be relocated and aggregated together, due to storm damage and power outages.  (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

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    Still reeling from Hurricane Sandy, New Yorkers are bracing for a new storm barreling toward the region on Wednesday, with snow already piling up in Long Island. "The city is taking significant precautions in advance of the storm," Bloomberg said in a statement, including halting construction, closing city parks, and urging drivers to stay off the road after 5:00 p.m. Up to three inches of snow are predicted for Philadelphia with wind gusts of more than 30 mph and snowfall of six to 12 inches in southeastern New York and New England. Bloomberg also warned that the storm could impact aid relief in areas hit hard by Sandy. 

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