Bronx residents cope with cold temperatures, snow again

Bronx residents are doing their best to cope with the cold weather for another day as more snow coats the borough. The light overnight snowfall

Lots of sun over the next two days will melt most, if not all, of the snow left on the ground.

Lots of sun over the next two days will melt most, if not all, of the snow left on the ground. (1/29/14)

THE BRONX - Bronx residents are doing their best to cope with the cold weather for another day as more snow coats the borough. 

The light overnight snowfall has left roads and sidewalks slick in many areas. Commuters are urged to take it slow and allow extra time to travel. 

Everyone is also bundling up in extra layers once again with temperatures only reaching a high of 27 degrees. 

The good news is that it's expected to be sunny for the next two days and most, if not all, of the snow left on the ground will disappear. 

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