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Snow and steady: Taking the kids to school in Kensington was a dicey proposition on Monday morning, but this enterprising parent brought umbrellas for everybody.
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It was Super Snow on Monday.

The temperature remained in the mid-40s for the duration of Sunday evening’s big football game two rivers away, but dropped just in time for the work week in Brooklyn, ushering in the wall of white that blanketed the borough throughout the day Monday.

The temperature hovered around freezing, turning the seven inches of snow that fell into the kind of black slush that makes negotiating curbs an extreme sport.

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