The First Coat Is The Deepest: 2012’s Debut Snowfall

Light snow began tickling its way to the ground around 6 a.m., and continues to fall ever so delicately into the afternoon. Many streets were being promptly scraped by 10 a.m. This one doesn’t look major; enjoy its beauty. More pics after the jump.

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  • GHB

    I saw 3 snowplows following each other down Henry Street around 4. Too bad there was nothing to plow! (We could have used them on 12/26, 2010!)

  • since47

    We could have used the snowplows on the sidewalks too. I know this wasn’t a major snowstorm by any stretch of the imagination, but don’t people still have to shovel their sidewalks to create some sort of a “safe” path? I walked all over the neighborhood today, and it was treacherous with no shoveling or even salting. With the temps never breaking 30º, it was a skater’s paradise.

  • north heights res

    The NYC 311 Twitter account (@311NYC) tweeted a link to an online form for reporting “dangerously icy or snowy sidewalks.”

  • bklyn20

    Ann Taylor Loft only semi-shoveled their sidewalk; the future LPQ and Irene Dinov did not shovel at all. Disappointing.

  • BronxKid

    Ann Taylor Loft rarely cleans their sidewalks. They are not good neighbors.