Sanitation workers prep as snow begins falling in Sunset Park

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Sanitation workers are preparing Wednesday as snow begins to fall in Brooklyn.

Workers gathered outside a salt yard in Sunset Park in anticipation for the nor'easter.

The snow coated parked cars and began to leave a slushy accumulation on the streets and sidewalks.

The streets and sidewalks are becoming slippery. 

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Heavy snow could leave up to 10 inches on the ground by the time the storm is over later Wednesday evening.

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for the Bronx until 4 a.m. Thursday.

Parts of the state could see upwards to a foot of snow.

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