Warmer temperatures melt snow, bring rain and fog to BK

Temperatures have increased significantly since Saturday's snow fall, bringing rain and fog to Brooklyn.



The snow that covered streets and sidewalks has since melted as temperatures rose into the high-50s Sunday.



News 12 spoke with residents who were heading outside in just a light jacket and umbrella which is a stark contrast to the layers, hats, and gloves many were bundled up in yesterday.



Even with the warmer temperatures, drivers are urged to use caution as roads are still wet and slippery and fog is causing low visibility in some areas. 


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