Freezing temperatures threaten cleanup

Residents across the borough spent Friday morning digging out. The overnight snowstorm dumped several inches of snow across the city.

Freezing temperatures setting in overnight into Saturday may prevent snow in parts of the Bronx from melting.

Freezing temperatures setting in overnight into Saturday may prevent snow in parts of the Bronx from melting. (1/3/14)

THE BRONX - Freezing temperatures setting in overnight into Saturday may prevent snow in parts of the Bronx from melting.

Mayor Bill de Blasio says 100 percent of the city's primary roads have been plowed and more than 90 percent of secondary roads are clear.

News 12 The Bronx meteorologists say overnight temperatures of around 2 degrees could break low temperature records across New York on Saturday morning.

There will be a brief relief from the frigid conditions on Sunday and Monday with highs topping out into the 40s. 

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