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A Snowy Bronx River Parkway in Autumn

Another early season snowstorm turned what should be a colorful Autumn morning commute into a wintry drive down the Bronx River Parkway this morning.

 

Mother nature's one-two punch of Hurricane Sandy and now this week's Nor'easter has left many in Bronxville-Eastchester scratching their heads.

"Weather always brings out the best and worst in people," stated Deborah Scannell, owner of Cafe 72 on Main St. in Tuckahoe, which has served as a haven for residents looking to charge up, both with coffee and electricity during the last week and a half of power outages.

Driving south along the Bronx River Parkway from Hartsdale to Tuckahoe this morning, drivers were greeted to a perfectly white landscape. 

At times however, the scene looked treacherous as tree limbs hung low, being weighed down by the weight of the 3-4 inches of snow that the area received last night.

The great part about the nation's oldest parkway in my opinion is that is hasn't changed! Drivers more than 80 years ago were witness to the exact same landscape in winter as the Parkway meanders its way from White Plains to Yonkers.

If you snapped any snowy pictures on your way to work this morning, be sure and add them to our gallery by clicking on the upload photos button above.

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