Photo by myself on Madison Avenue, around 62nd Street on the Upper East Side.
It was really, really, really cold in New York on Monday. Above, the window of a coffee shop on Madison Avenue was completely fogged up.
The news predicted it would be 8 degrees Fahrenheit (-13 Celsius) on Monday. With the wind, it felt like negative 25 degrees (-32 Celsius)!
At the moment, people look like they're dressed more for Siberia than for New York City. Many folks are wearing hats with ear flaps, knee-length down parkas, huge fur hats, rubber boots, ear muffs, faux-fur trimmed hoods and gloves.
Dogs are also geared up in down jackets. This adorable French Bulldog gave me the eyeball, Monday morning.
Rupert tolerated the snow and cold, on a recent romp in Prospect Park.
It's been a while since I've shared a photo of our dog, Rupert. I'm posting one here in honor of my friend Maria, in Madrid. Maria visited New York for the first time, last summer.
Related posts: Cold Days in Midtown, Braving the Chill in Bryant Park and Brrrrrrrr.