East Village Melts Into The Subway

East Village Snow Melting

Winter is in its final throws – at least that’s what I’m thinking.

Friday turned frigid in New York City with the beginning of a mild snowstorm that may have topped out at around 4 or 5 inches. But, by Saturday, the snow was on the way out with temps in the 40s.

It is clear that NYC is a pain in the butt if you don’t have rubber galoshes or boots to prevent the slushy lahars from overcoming your city footwear during a ‘full-on’ melt. As you can see from the picture and the video, the melting snow provided for a very different view of the subway entrance on the downtown side of the 6 train at Lafayette and 8th St.

Sunday proved to be a sunny, colder extension of Saturday and then put on a show at sunset as seen from the office above the burgeoning Ground Zero.

East Village Snow Melting

April is only two weeks away.. no WAY it’s gonna get colder or snow-ier… right?

 

March 18th, 2007

Entry Filed under: East Village, New York City



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