For the second day in a row, I am compiling “Extras” as my tireless colleagues stake out another confab of the Assembly Democrats, who are trying to figure out how to handle the “Shelly situation” – whether he will resign, as many of them have called on him to do, or if they will have to try to force him out, and if so, how they will go about doing that.

So far, there has been no decision about a Silver successor, but lots of jockeying for position by his would-be replacements and various factions – did you know ther’s a “Reform Caucus” in the Assembly now? Assembly spokesman Mike Whyland tweeted that some Thai food is being ordered, which is nice for those who are going to consume it, but not so nice for reporters trying to cover this mess, because it could be another late night is in the offing.

We’ll be keeping you up to date as best we can, reporting on this extremely fluid situation. In the meantime, here are some non-speaker-related headlines…

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio said his administration was frozen out of the decision by Cuomo and the MTA to shut the city’s subways last night. “We did not get a lot of advance notice.”

Former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani defended de Blasio for being over prepared for the Sno’reaster, saying a city official never can be too cautious in the face of a major weather event.

To the amusement of the NYC press corps, de Blasio did a dramatic reading of this Onion story.

Cuomo said he learned from his experience with the Buffalo snowstorm that it’s best to err on the side of caution when dealing with a potentially big storm.

“When dealing with Mother Nature, you win some and you lose some, but politicians almost always lose.”

Matthew Libous’ conviction on tax-fraud charges was a “just conclusion,” according to U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara.

Speaking of Bharara, here’s a nightmare scenario that’s scary to contemplate.

The state’s leading school groups says Cuomo is making it impossible for districts to develop their budgets for the fiscal year that starts July 1 because he has refused to release aid projections.

PBA President Pat Lynch wants NYC officials to move up the date for purchasing new bulletproof vests, and asking the city to find “a permanent funding source” for new vests in the future.

Brooklyn Councilman Vincent Gentile will likely be the candidate to take on Staten Island DA Daniel Donovan to replace former Rep. Michael Grimm.

The Citizens Budget Commission says there are more hits than misses in Cuomo’s 2015-16 budget.

John Adler was named chief pension investment adviser and director of the New York City mayor’s office of pensions and investments.

For the second consecutive month, the Binghamton region tied Utica-Rome for the highest unemployment rate among the 11 upstate New York metropolitan areas.

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, whose speech to activists in Iowa last weekend drew strong reviews, formed a committee in preparation for a 2016 presidential bid.

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi says Democrats can recapture control of the House in 2016 by riding Hillary Clinton’s coattails.

Thanks to The Fix for the recognition. And kudos to my fellow New York political reporters singled out for praise – you are, indeed, worthy.