It was a morning on Super Tuesday of the presidential election every four years.
I took a walk in Central Park, as usual.
It was windy, and the temperature was maybe 2-3 degrees Celsius.
When I stop, my hands and feet went numb from the cold.
It was an unprecedented election campaign in which more than 100 million people have voted in advance of the day because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
I thought there would be long lines, but the polling stations near my house were empty.
There were already warnings of rallies and riots in various places, and no people were on the streets.
It looked the calm before the storm.
Is it Biden, the Democrat, or Trump, the Republican?
The unpredictable battle of the century, will the world be different tomorrow?