A fog bank suddenly enveloped Bushwick and other coastal areas of Brooklyn, Queens and the South Shore of Long Island around 5 p.m.
The Manhattan skyline is normally visible from the roof of my building here on Jefferson Street. It was nowhere to be found, however, when I shot this clip about 20 minutes ago. The fog bank also caused the temperature to plummet nearly 20 degrees in roughly an hour.
The Manhattan skyline as it normally appears.