Snow, road conditions give grief to Brooklyn residents

The snow has stopped falling, but Brooklyn residents are still digging out from the storm. Although plows were still out in full force this afternoon,

With frigid temperatures expected for most of the week, residents are urged to bundle up if they go outside.

With frigid temperatures expected for most of the week, residents are urged to bundle up if they go outside. (1/22/14)

PROSPECT HEIGHTS - The snow has stopped falling, but Brooklyn residents are still digging out from the storm.

Although plows were still out in full force this afternoon, many drivers found themselves snowed into their parking places.

Some couldn't get their cars out even after using cardboard and digging out their front wheels.

All the snow didn't close public schools, though. Parents had mixed views on Mayor Bill de Blasio's decision to keep kids in the classroom today. Some said they were angry that they had to go out in the snow and cold.

A number of adult Brooklyn residents still got their snow day though, as many offices were closed due to the inclement weather.

With frigid temperatures expected for most of the week, residents are urged to bundle up if they go outside.

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