Melting snow causes slick roads in Brooklyn

Warmer temps caused a lot of melting snow and created slick conditions throughout Brooklyn.

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CANARSIE - Warmer temperatures and melting snow caused slick conditions throughout Brooklyn Tuesday.

The changing weather created mounds of muddy snow, slippery sidewalks and clogged drains. Rain is also expected, which may cause flooding along roads.

It is advised to leave extra time if you need to travel anywhere. Also, take boots with you if you plan to walk around.

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