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It’s March in the boro, so Sunday the temperatures surged up to 70, and this morning’s rain turned into snow at 36 degrees;  yesterday was windy, with dramatic clouds scudding across the sky on chilling gusts.  So when Jonathan C. Moran headed back into the KVK after assisting a ship out the door, this was the scene as . . .

she turned into the wind.

Let’s follow her back, seeing her backgrounds:  Doris going for the next assist, QM2 back in Red Hook, a ferry on a Staten island-bound run,

the Manhattan skyline and Robbins Reef Light,

the gray ships along the Bayonne drydock side . . .

and everywhere Jonathan C. getting spindrift blowing back on itself. 

All photos, WVD, yesterday.

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