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In Photos: Snowfall in the City

Friday, January 07, 2011

The city and surrounding areas, still reeling from the debilitating Dec. 26 blizzard, got relief when the storm that threatened Friday commutes packed far less punch. Take a look at images from the most recent storm and tweet us yours @wnyc.

The city and surrounding areas, still reeling from the debilitating Dec. 26 blizzard, may get up to six inches of snow beginning Friday. Take a look at images from the most recent storm and tweet us yours @wnyc.

Amy Pearl
Park Slope during the early hours of snowfall on Friday
Amy Pearl
A biker is undaunted by the snow in Park Slope on Friday, January 7
Amy Pearl
A city bus picks up passengers on 5th Avenue in Brooklyn on Friday, January 7
Amy Pearl
A snow plow travels up Union Street in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
Amy Pearl
A city sanitation truck fitted with chains
Commuters take on the snow in different guises near Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn
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Commuters take on the snow in different guises near Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn
Footprints mark the path of students at PS 282 in Brooklyn
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Footprints mark the path of students at PS 282 in Brooklyn
New snow falls on piles of garbage and mountains of old snow in Brooklyn on January 7
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New snow falls on piles of garbage and mountains of old snow in Brooklyn on January 7
Walyce Almeida
Queensboro Bridge
Irene Trudel
In Manhattan: The block beteen Colubus and Central Park West around 10 a.m. Friday, Jan. 7.
Kate Hinds
Snow falls on W. 82nd St
Kate Hinds
Birds huddle on a snow-covered tree on the Upper West Side
Kate Hinds
A curbed Christmas tree gets a dusting of snow on the Upper West Side
Jim O'Grady
Firefighters check out a gas leak at an apartment in Williamsburg
Jim O'Grady
Sanitation truck working in Greenpoint
Jim O'Grady
Trash /snow tableaux on Metropolitan Avenue in Williamsburg

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