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Remember when it snowed?

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Fortress of solitude: Aidan O’Connor, 9, and his sister Beatrice, 7, of Windsor Terrace built a snow fort after the storm.
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Wild ride: Rory Grant, 5, of Prospect Lefferts Gardens zips down a hill in Prospect Park on a homemade sled.
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Backseat driver: Park Sloper Dylan Pappas hitched a ride with his son, Neko, 2.
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Sled time: Prospect Park was packed with sled-toting families.
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Ski school: Sebastian Holst, 3, of Prospect Heights tried skiing for the first time.
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Duck and cover: Sam Philo, 9, of Park Slope launches a snowball in Prospect Park.
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It’s a race: Kids tested their sleds on the park’s slopes.
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Fun for big kids: Grown-ups, such as Kevin McGrath, had a more extreme approach to sledding, racing down stone stairs near Quaker Hill in Prospect Park.
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Snow day: Brooklynites love snow.

The weekend’s majestic snowfall has turned into slush, but through these photos, its glory lives on.

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