When snow machines hit New York City: What to know and do

The world’s most famous snow machine is coming to New York and the city is hoping it can do the same thing that the ice-covered Empire State Building did for the first time.

On Wednesday, a snow plow will be stationed in front of the Empire State building in the heart of the city.

This plow is expected to clear snow for the day, allowing people to enjoy a snow day in their favorite New York restaurants and shops.

The Empire State will be closed until Wednesday, but the plow’s arrival is already drawing attention to New Yorkers’ need to be prepared for the upcoming blizzard.

A lot of people have said that they’re afraid to go out because they don’t know what to do, said Anna Nadeau, a spokeswoman for the New York State Department of Transportation.

But the MTA is making it easy for people to be ready for this storm and will be offering free snow tires and snow shovels.

For some, the storm is an opportunity to have fun and not be afraid.

But for others, it will be an opportunity for a bit of nostalgia.

The New York Times reports that New Yorkers are gearing up to take advantage of the opportunity to enjoy the snow and take advantage with friends and family.

There are plenty of activities planned around the city, including ice skating and sledding.

But this event isn’t just a day to celebrate the holidays.

The Empire State’s demolition is scheduled to begin Thursday morning.

The world’s most famous snow machine is coming to New York and the city is hoping it can do the…