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    Despite Blizzard, New York Locals, Tourists Come Out to Playi
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    Ramon Taylor
    January 24, 2016 1:02 AM
    Despite whiteout conditions in New York, accompanied by low visibility and wind gusts approaching 60 kilometers per hour, many of the city’s locals and tourists welcomed the first major snowstorm of the season. And those looking for winter fun only had to trudge as far as Manhattan’s massive Central Park. VOA's Ramon Taylor reports.

    Despite Blizzard, New York Locals, Tourists Come Out to Play

    Published January 23, 2016

    Despite whiteout conditions in New York, accompanied by low visibility and wind gusts approaching 60 kilometers per hour, many of the city’s locals and tourists welcomed the first major snowstorm of the season. And those looking for winter fun only had to trudge as far as Manhattan’s massive Central Park. VOA's Ramon Taylor reports.


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