Wintry blast moves away from Brooklyn

The snow and freezing rain that hit Brooklyn Saturday drifted away but left behind slippery, icy streets and sidewalks.Residents awoke Sunday to temperatures in the

BROOKLYN - The snow and freezing rain that hit Brooklyn Saturday drifted away but left behind slippery, icy streets and sidewalks.

Residents awoke Sunday to temperatures in the 20s and are cautioned to take extra time when traveling.

All weather advisories were dropped and the sun was shining Sunday.

An arctic blast is expected later in the week.

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