Freezing temps set in overnight

Freezing temperatures setting in overnight into Saturday may prevent snow in parts of Brooklyn from melting. Streets are expected to be slick and icy.

Park Slope, usually a busy area of the borough, was empty Friday night as frigid cold set in.

Park Slope, usually a busy area of the borough, was empty Friday night as frigid cold set in. (1/3/14)

PARK SLOPE - Freezing temperatures setting in overnight into Saturday may prevent snow in parts of Brooklyn from melting. Streets are expected to be slick and icy.

Park Slope, usually a busy area of the borough, was empty Friday night as frigid cold set in.

Those that have to be outside are urged to bundle up.

Saturday's temperature will be in the teens and 20s. 

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