Where's all the snow? New York City was forecast to have at least six to ten inches of snow in this latest Nor'easter. As I looked around the City, the highest accumulation I saw on the least traversed sidewalks was half an inch of snow. There was no snow accumulation on the high traffic sidewalks, or in the streets. As high as 59th Street and Madison Avenue, one block away from Central Park, there was little or no snow, yet Central Park is reported to have been covered with 8.2 inches of snow.
When the devil wants you to believe that you are subject to global warming, and that you should shell out billions of dollars in order to reverse the process, you should know not to believe him. You should know that what he needs is massive amounts of funding for his projects that are designed to create weather anomalies at the flip of a switch. He can create tornadoes when he wants to destroy a city. He can create volcanic activity when he seeks to generate fear. He can also create Nor'easters. They may be Nor'easters in name only, but he knows how to generate sufficient fear so as to force a shutdown of cities, generate power outages, and cause general commotion.
As to why there was so much snow in Central Park and not in the areas around the park, you may wish to question the location of the snow making equipment that the City considered purchasing when it contemplated the idea of creating a ski zone in Central Park. If the Northeast United States becomes overly fond of Nor'easters, the Lord will consider reversing the seasons so that we have winter during the summer months.