Snow doesn’t stop Valentine’s Day celebrations

Brooklyn residents didn't let the mess brought by the latest snowstorm ruin their Valentine's Day. Despite dirty snow and puddles of water, many people maintained

Brooklyn residents didn't let the mess brought by the latest snowstorm ruin their Valentine's Day.

Brooklyn residents didn't let the mess brought by the latest snowstorm ruin their Valentine's Day. (2/14/14)

BROOKLYN - Brooklyn residents didn't let the mess brought by the latest snowstorm ruin their Valentine's Day.

Despite dirty snow and puddles of water, many people maintained an upbeat attitude on Friday, all in the name of love.

"In any weather, in any condition, it's always Valentine's," said one resident.

Although the snow was on hiatus for Valentine's Day, it's expected to return Saturday.

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