Bloomberg Feels This Is a Bermuda-Worthy Storm

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg speaks to the media during a ribbon-cutting ceremony to open a new soccer field on Brooklyn's Pier 5 on December 13, 2012 in New York City. (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images for New York Red Bulls)

The mayor caught flak for being in Bermuda when a huge blizzard hit the city at the end of 2010, but with the city's snow-clearing machinery poised to respond, and no major snow accumulation forecast for the five boroughs, he apparently feels he can get away with another trip down there during this storm. Sources told the Wall Street Journal they'd spotted Mayor Bloomberg and his plane in the tropical island where he has a vacation home, though it's nothing his staff will confirm. Yes it'd be nice to know, officially, where our mayor was when potentially damaging weather hits the city, but we're also just pretty jealous he can jaunt off to Bermuda in a private plane.