Bloomberg Explores Why Slushy New York City Sidewalk Puddles Are So Deep

The snow has stopped falling in New York City and that means it’s time to prepare for the notorious puddles of slush. They ruin shoes and make commutes more like arctic expeditions. But just where do they come from and why are they so deceptively deep? Bloomberg’s Brendan Greeley explains the origin of slush.

via Bloomberg Business

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