BROOKLYN - Mother Nature has delivered the borough a November preview of what's to come this winter.

The first snowflakes of the season fell across New York City as temperatures rapidly dropped through the morning.

The flurries didn't stick to main roads, but there were some reports of slick side roads.

Many Brooklyn residents bundled up in hats, scarves and gloves said they're enjoying the change of seasons, but others say it's just too early for snow.