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A BIG snowstorm is about to hit New York City, and this means that your car is going to get buried in snow.

According to meteorologists, the Northeast could see its first "bomb cyclone" blizzard in four years.

1In the first half of 2021, winter storms caused a record $15.1billion in insured losses

Whether you live in the area or not, below we have some car storing solutions that might work before the next storm rolls through your town.

Of course, if you have a garage, then this will likely be the place to store it and keep warm.

If you don't, we round up other tips below.

Ask a friend

If may sound obvious, but if you don't have a covered parking spot, you can ask a friend or a family member if they have an extra one.

Perhaps you know someone who has a two- or three-car garage.

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If you don't know anyone who has an extra covered parking spot, you can put your car in storage.

On average, it costs about $45 to put a standard vehicle in storage for a day.

However, rates can vary depending on the facility that you choose.

There are different factors that can affect the rate, such as how big the unit is, security, indoor parking, and covered parking.

If you are interested in renting for the winter storm, you will need your photo ID, license plate number, the car owner’s name, and proof of insurance.

If you can't find cover parking

Lifting the wipers will make it easier to scrape your windshield after the snowstorm.

It can also prevent your wiper blades from freezing to the windshield.

However, if you forget to lift up your wipers, it will not cause any damage.

What to do before the storm hits

Winter storms can last for days, and it's never good to leave a car dirty for an extended period of time.

Acidic material could eat away at your paint, and car covers could rub dirt around the clearcoat and make scratches.

So if you know a winter storm is coming, it is a good idea to run it through the car wash quickly.

After you have washed your vehicle, collect any belongings that you might need over the next few days out of your car.

If you have any chargers, purses, garage openers, or keys in your car, you will want to take them out.

Finally, lock your vehicle. This seems simple, but it is easily forgotten.

You will be away from your vehicle for an extended period, so it doesn't hurt to double-check that you have locked it.

We round up tips on how to remove snow from your car roof and ways to prepare if you get caught inside your vehicle during a storm.

The US army also has shared tips on how drivers can get prepared for winter, including a list of eight essentials to keep in the car.

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McDonald's Robber Who Pulled Knife On Cashier Wanted By Montgomery Police

Montgomery County Police are offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information that leads to the arrest of the suspect behind a recent robbery at a fast food restaurant in Silver Spring.

Police responded to the robbery at the McDonald's, located in the 8500 block of Colesville Road, around 12:15 p.m. on Thursday, May 5, police said.

The suspect is described as Black male, standing about 6'2," and weighing 180 pounds. He was wearing a black winter hat, dark colored hoodie, blue jeans and black boots at the time of the crime, police said.

Investigators learned the suspect pulled a knife on an employee while demanding money after entering the restaurant and cutting to the front of the line, police said.

The suspect then jumped over the counter and forcibly removed the register drawer and stole an undisclosed amount of cash, police said.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 240-773-5070 or 240-773-TIPS or Crime Solvers of Montgomery County at 1-866-411-TIPS (8477). Callers may remain anonymous.   

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