Red Hook deals with aftermath of storm

Tuesday's winter storm left a slushy mess in Brooklyn, and Red Hook residents had to clean up the aftermath on Wednesday.



Plenty of cars were blocked in by large, pushed-over piles of snow, with plenty left Wednesday on the sides of streets.



As the temperature dropped overnight, much of the leftover snow and slush turned to ice, making it considerably more difficult to shovel.



Temperatures are expected to remain in the low-20s overnight with wind chills near zero. Highs may reach the mid-30s Wednesday before climbing into the low-40s for St. Patrick's Day on Friday.


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