Cloudy. Snow showers developing late. Very cold. Low -1F. Winds NW at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of snow 50%. Snow accumulations less than one inch..
Cloudy. Snow showers developing late. Very cold. Low -1F. Winds NW at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of snow 50%. Snow accumulations less than one inch.
Updated: January 20, 2019 @ 9:50 pm
Nancie Tengi Saphara, right, grabs Sarah Homick for a hug and a photo after Homick exited Cayuga Lake from the New Year's Day plunge she dedicated to her father.
Nancie Tengi Saphara talks with participants before the 29th annual New Year's Day polar plunge in Cayuga Lake.
Ken Zabriskie waited out in the water to observe the plungers and help make sure everyone stayed safe during the plunge.
Participants shivered as they waited for the countdown to run into Cayuga Lake on New Year's Day.
Nancie Tengi Saphara, center, directs the sign-in process before the New Year's Day Polar Plunge.
Participants, young and old, awaited the count down to undress from winter garb and run into Cayuga Lake.
More than 30 people ran into Cayuga Lake as part of the 29th annual New Year's Day polar plunge in Aurora.
Spectators both took photos and videos as friends and family members participated in Aurora's New Year's Day plunge in Cayuga Lake.
Polar plunge participants exit Cayuga Lake.
Participants bundled back up in blankets or towels after emerging from Cayuga Lake.
AURORA — More than 30 people — some for the first time, others with more than a decade of ex…
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