We hope you are safe and warm during this snowy winter storm. Although some of us are curled up in our apartments cozied by the warmth of our laptops, many brave New Yorkers have ventured out. The city carries on! Here are some photos from around the city from Winter Storm Niko.
Snowy Washington Square Park early this morning. (Source: Brian Stone).
(An Australian Blue Heeler enjoys Prospect Park. Source: Maud Andrew)
(A rooftop in NoMad. Source: Sara Anissipour)
CitiBike shut down service well in advance of the storm. Here’s the CitiBike Station at the corner of 81st and York. (Source: Sasha Rezvin)
A snowy residential street in Bushwick. (Source: Mike Johnson.)
(Central Park. Source: Brett Latcher)
(A street on the LES. Source: Mike Ioannidis)
(Cobble Hill Park gets crowded with kids by the early afternoon. Source: Matt Lieberman)
(IRR from 67th Avenue pedestrian overpass. Source: Joe Leung)
(Gramercy Park. Source: Barbara Johnson)
Brave commuters schlep along Fifth Avenue in the early hours of the storm. (Source: Matt Kyme)
A quiet, snowy morning in Washington Square Park.
The corner of Broadway and 72nd on the UWS. (Source: Lauren Riefflin)
Public transportation has responded quickly to ensure service but some trains are running with delays. (Source: Sasha Revzin)
Dog walker along Cornelia Street in the West Village. (Source: Brian Stone)
Globe lights in Washington Square Park. (Source: Brian Stone)
Happy sledder and mom in Union Square. (Source: Kelly Davis)
A snowy scene out the window of a Prospect Lefferts Garden apartment. Source: Philipp Katz
By late morning, six inches had dumped in Cobble Hill park. (Source: Matt Lieberman)
Good plowing! Winter wonderland on UWS. (Source: Lauren Riefflin)
Eastern Parkway and Franklin Avenue in Crown Heights, Brooklyn in the late morning. (Source: Josh Troy)
Hints of color on 7th Avenue in the West Village. (Source: Brian Stone)
Snow covered Fort Greene Park in the early afternoon. (Source: Katie Poor)