Jan. 22 - Manhattan dealing with bitter temperatures one day after getting pounded by snow storm. Jennifer Davis reports.
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The big apple is digging out of a big storm that brought a record-breaking 11 inches of snow to the heart of the city.
(SOUNDBITE) UNIDENTIFIED NEW YORKER, SAYING:
"I think it's really beautiful. I don't know. I mean, it's cold, but I think it's really beautiful."
With a morning temperature of just 4 degrees Fahrenheit - joggers were joined by skiers on Central park trails. And even though 30 mile per hour winds blew - plenty of others ventured outside.
(SOUNDBITE) UNIDENTIFIED NEW YORKER SAYING:
"I have to walk my dog. The show must go on and it's cold."
City workers were out in full force - clearing streets and sidewalks to help other New Yorkers get to their jobs.
(SOUNDBITE) UNIDENTIFIED NEW JERSEY RESIDENT, SAYING:
"I'm going to work right there and I'm freezing cold and I don't like it."
But some of the city's littlest residents seemed pretty thrilled.
BOYS SCREAMING "SNOW DAY"
And their joy was contagious.
(SOUNDBITE) INGRID MARCROFT, SAYING:
"You just have to prepare for it, I am wearing eight layers of clothes. And then I am fine, I am cozy. I have great gloves, I have great shoes. It's all you need."
The brutal cold weather is expected to remain until the end of the week.
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