Brooklyn residents digging out after another round of snow

BROOKLYN - Brooklyn residents are continuing to dig out after the latest snowstorm and most are applauding the city's efforts this time around.

Mayor Michael Bloomberg says nearly two feet of snow was dumped across the area, twice as much as what was expected. Snowplows were out throughout the day, still working to clear all roadways.

On 4th Avenue, cars are driving smoothly tonight, as well as on other main streets. Crews are warning drivers to be careful on side streets, as many still remain difficult to navigate.

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