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A nor’easter has delivered over 5 inches of snow to New York overnight — and the storm is forecast to continue to 2pm today (Saturday). Here’s our photo report on what’s happening around Hell’s Kitchen as the city wakes up to the most blizzard-like conditions so far this year.

Father Duffy’s statue watches over the storm in Times Square. All Photos: Phil O’Brien
Taxis parked up on W44th Street this morning as snow clearance gets underway.
Snow covers the floral decorations at VIV Thai Restaurant’s outdoor dining area.
Walking down the road on W47th Street in the snow.
Snow plow returning to the Department of Sanitation on W57th Street.
Empanada Mama was still ready for deliveries this morning.
The Hell’s Kitchen graffiti on W55th Street looked good in the snow.
The Buddha statue in Clinton Community Garden is just visible in the winter wonderland.
Clearing the snow at 7am this morning outside REX Coffee
Outdoor dining has been suspended for Saturday in New York. This was the scene at Gossip Bar this morning.
The few people out on 9th Avenue were playful.
Bikes in the snow on W47th Street.
Advertising offers warmer destination ideas in Times Square.
Snow plow clearing 10th Avenue this morning.

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  1. I hope you’ve thawed out from your early morning snow report, Phil!
    Thanks for the story through photos and looks like you enjoyed trekking around the neighborhood because some of us who grew up with regular snowy winters like this are perfectly happy not to set foot outside until there are bare dry sidewalks again! #ILiveInHell

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