The Roosevelt Island Twitterverse reports:
Ice floes on the #EastRiver is a rarity indeed! !! #NYC #QueensboroBridge #RooseveltIsland pic.twitter.com/BTD8UFbEqQThe ice floes
— Trevis Dane Wimer (@TDaneNYC) February 16, 2015
could be seen passing Roosevelt Island today
Image From Roosevelt Island Historical Society President Judy Berdy
More East River Freezepocalypse today
#EastRiver Ice Floes Are First Sign Of Freezepocalypse #NewYork http://t.co/Piiyku7s2s pic.twitter.com/mZAAOmnmNd
— NYClife (@lyonl_NYC) February 16, 2015
In East River across from @UN building in #NewYork a lot of ice is floating. pic.twitter.com/8Tpb4vFzAV
— Karel van Oosterom (@KvanOosterom) February 16, 2015
Ice flow in the east river https://t.co/ZbpK8SJ9xV
— Asher Vollmer (@AsherVo) February 16, 2015
Water taxi struggling against the ice in the East River. #NewYorkCity #NYC #eastriver #queens pic.twitter.com/hC5vEIG72M
— Ahu Shahrabani (@ahueats) February 16, 2015
Icy East River from Gothamist on Vimeo.
and from 1852.
A short history of the East River freezing solid. During 1852 freeze, thousands walked over: http://t.co/vy63XhinX2 pic.twitter.com/CxNou28d9O”UPDATE 2/20 - More East River Ice Floes passing Roosevelt Island today.
— Mike Musco (@mjmusco) February 16, 2015
Wow! It's a super icy day in the East River! @Rooseveltisland #brrrrrrr #frozennyc pic.twitter.com/SYnz7xp12w
— Sharon Lee Williams (@Sharon3williams) February 20, 2015
Image From Judith McGee