New York City in the Winter

By Natalie Grant, USA, January 2013

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One of the wonderful (or frustrating, depending on how you look at it) things about New York City is that the weather changes so drastically from summer to winter—one minute you’re sweating bullets and swatting away the humidity, and the next you’re bundled up with gloves and scarves dodging patches of snow on the street. Unfortunately, the Big Apple doesn’t have an extended spring or fall (or, some would argue, any spring or fall at all), but with the temperature change comes a general atmospheric change as well—Shakespeare in the Park is now ice-skating in the park; fashionable miniskirts are now fashionable trenchcoats; and hot, hurried locals are now cold, hurried locals.

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