A couple sleds down a snow-covered hill at St. Nicholas Park in Harlem on January 27, 2015.
Nanny Alex-Ann Espert holds on to one-year-old Tatum Evans after falling off the sled they were riding.
Brandon Nesbith, 10, and Jamie Nesbith, 11, slide down on an inflated tube.
Harlem resident Pervis Nesbith, who brought his two sons Brandon and Jamie to the park for some snowy fun, rides their tube down the hill.
Patrick Mouton teaches his five-year-old son Noah how to snowboard.
Temperatures hovered near the mid-20s all day.
These four girls were among a crowd of about 100 people who took advantage of the snow day.
The hills in St. Nicholas Park in Harlem is one of the most popular spots in New York City for sledding.
The park is also a favorite spot for snowboarders because of its multiple hills and bumps.
Sleds proved to be the most popular way to slide down the hill but New Yorkers also used boogie boards, cardboard, tubes, and bins.