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.
Monday, April 25, 2011
Fog bank envelops Bushwick
Posted by Boy in Bushwick at 6:22 PM
Labels: Brooklyn, Bushwick, Fog, New York City
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