The calendar still says Fall, but New Yorkers had to break out the winter weather clothing in full force, as an arctic outbreak brings record breaking cold temperatures to the city, as well as most of the eastern half of the US.
Shot 1- A man uses a scarf to cover his face from cold temperatures on 5th Avenue & 58th Street in Manhattan.
Shots 2-3: Women wearing full face and head gear to shield themselves from record cold temperatures near Central Park.
Shot 4: A small dog wearing a thick doggie jacket walks alongside his owner in Central Park.
Shot 5- A group of friends bundle up from head to toe from the cold temperatures at the corner of 5th Avenue & 59th Street.
Shot 6: Telephoto shot looking south along 5th Avenue of pedestrians bundled up from the cold weather.
Shot 7: View of skyscrapers along Central Park South, as seen from Central Park. Camera pans down to reveal tourists bundled up from the cold, taking in the sights.
Shots 8-9: People bundled up from the cold out and about in Central Park.
Shot 10: Tourists bundled up from the cold take a ride in a pedi-cab in Central Park.
Shot 11: Two women bundled up on Central Park South.
Shot 12: Temperature sign in Columbus Circle reading 31 degrees.
Shot 13: Two street vendors selling winter hats and scarfs, await customers on 5th Avenue.
SID: Scott McPartland