The snow’s a-falling and forecasters think it could pile up to more than a foot. That’s good news for people who like to play in Central Park.
Central Park tends to fence off large areas of the park during the winter to ensure that people don’t trample the ground and stop grass from growing in the spring. But when snow piles up above six inches and other conditions are safe, the conservancy opens up the fenced-off areas so people can frolic and build snowmen and such.
If you do head to the park on Thursday, send us some photos of your creations. And yes, make sure that all snowmen and women wear masks.