BK bundles up as temps dip below freezing

With temperatures below freezing, Brooklyn residents heading outdoors Saturday were bundled up.



Those who spoke with News 12 say they were dressing in multiple layers to keep warm.



News 12 Meteorologists are advising residents not to pack up their hats and gloves just yet. They say temperatures will remain in the upper-20s and lower-30s throughout Sunday and Monday, with snowfall expected Tuesday.



The National Weather Service has issued a blizzard watch for New York City starting overnight Monday through Tuesday. 


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