Photos: New York continues to be snowed in, second week in a row

  • A major snowstorm pushed through the Northeastern United States on Sunday, less than a week after a storm dumped more than 2 feet on parts of the region. By early afternoon, New York's Central Park reported about 3 inches. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Sunday's snowfall, which started at around 9am in the city, would not close COVID-19 vaccination sites, reported AP. New Yorkers were out in full force on Sunday, enjoying city favourites, such as Central Park in Manhattan.
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Birds make their way across a frozen lake in Central Park during heavy snowfall in Manhattan, New York City, on February 7.(Andrew Kelly / REUTERS)

Birds make their way across a frozen lake in Central Park during heavy snowfall in Manhattan, New York City, on February 7.(Andrew Kelly / REUTERS)

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A woman walks a dog through the Bethesda Terrace in Central Park as heavy snow falls in Manhattan on February 7.(Andrew Kelly / REUTERS)

A woman walks a dog through the Bethesda Terrace in Central Park as heavy snow falls in Manhattan on February 7.(Andrew Kelly / REUTERS)

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People walking on the Brooklyn Bridge during a snowstorm on February 7. This is the second largest snowstorm to hit the New York area in less than a week.(Kathy Willens / AP)

People walking on the Brooklyn Bridge during a snowstorm on February 7. This is the second largest snowstorm to hit the New York area in less than a week.(Kathy Willens / AP)

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People gathered near the Bethesda Fountain as snow falls in Central Park in Manhattan, New York City, on February 7.(Andrew Kelly / REUTERS)

People gathered near the Bethesda Fountain as snow falls in Central Park in Manhattan, New York City, on February 7.(Andrew Kelly / REUTERS)

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A person slides down snow-covered stairs in Central Park on February 7.(Andrew Kelly / REUTERS)

A person slides down snow-covered stairs in Central Park on February 7.(Andrew Kelly / REUTERS)

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Two members of the NYPD elite mounted unit patrol in Central Park during a snow storm on February 7 in New York City. The second snowstorm in a week, this is expected to drop up to eight inches of snow in the New York City area.( David Dee Delgado / Getty Images / AFP)

Two members of the NYPD elite mounted unit patrol in Central Park during a snow storm on February 7 in New York City. The second snowstorm in a week, this is expected to drop up to eight inches of snow in the New York City area.( David Dee Delgado / Getty Images / AFP)

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A person rides a scooter during a snow storm February 07, 2021 in New York City. The region around New York is experiencing its second major snow storm in a week with up to 8 inches expected in the city and outlying areas.(Spencer Platt / Getty Images / AFP)

A person rides a scooter during a snow storm February 07, 2021 in New York City. The region around New York is experiencing its second major snow storm in a week with up to 8 inches expected in the city and outlying areas.(Spencer Platt / Getty Images / AFP)

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A woman crosses 6th Avenue as snow falls in New York City on February 7. People in the northern United States face the risk of frostbite and hypothermia amid bitter cold temperatures and dangerous wind chills this weekend.(Kena Betancur / AFP)

A woman crosses 6th Avenue as snow falls in New York City on February 7. People in the northern United States face the risk of frostbite and hypothermia amid bitter cold temperatures and dangerous wind chills this weekend.(Kena Betancur / AFP)

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A person walks a dog in Central Park during a snow storm on February 7. The city’s subway system is running, but transit officials have urged residents to stay home if possible.(David Dee Delgado / Getty Images / AFP)

A person walks a dog in Central Park during a snow storm on February 7. The city’s subway system is running, but transit officials have urged residents to stay home if possible.(David Dee Delgado / Getty Images / AFP)

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