Check Out These Mesmerizing Images of NYC’s First Real Snow of 2017

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The first full weekend of 2017 brought with it some five inches of snow for some parts of the city. We saw our beloved NYC transformed into a magical winter-wonderland. Thankfully, some intrepid ‘grammers braved the sub zero temperatures so that we can enjoy the winter-feels from the comfort of our phones/computers. Enjoy:

I hope the ducks are all right… 🐧❄️ #nycsnow

A photo posted by Tynee the Great (@tyneebub) on

☃️ Olaf. #StellaAndJuliet #WarmHugs #DoYouWannaBuildASnowman #DonutsInTheSnow | photo: @edellecarmelkenny

A photo posted by Elizabeth Savetsky (@excessoriesexpert) on

Who doesn’t go for a walk in a blizzard? ❄️ #brooklynbridge #justalilcold #nycsnow

A photo posted by @stacyyyann on

#nycsnow

A photo posted by Roger Orde (@rogerorde) on

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A photo posted by Mark Wickens (@markwickens) on

Central Park, NYC #centralpark #nyc #nycsnow #firstsnow2017

A photo posted by Elena Cruz (@elena_cruz_photography) on

go away, ana 🌬 . . . #centralpark #nyc #nycsnow #vsco #vscocam #vscodaily #snowday

A photo posted by ashcart (@ashcart) on

Love this photo by @jssilberman #nycsnow #centralpark #winter

A photo posted by Ryan Andrews (@ryemiami) on

streetshooting ° “snow days in motion” nyc, 2017

A photo posted by Hunter Reveur (@hunterreveur) on

Morning 👋🏾 . . . #winter #snow #winterwonderland #nyc #nycsnow #nycwinter #empirestatebuilding

A photo posted by Mary Hill (@manhattannmary) on

Featured image source [flickr|Anthony Quintano]

Rob Grams

Rob Grams

Rob is a New York obsessed super-geek. When he's not in front of a computer writing for SecretNYC, he's on his cellphone trying to avoid eye-contact with the world in general.

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