With the arrival of snow and bone-chilling temperatures, Occupy Syracuse campers predict they'll make it through the winter -– but it won't be easy.
Judy Blanco walks around the Occupy Syracuse camp in a heavy, black coat and polka-dot scarf, occasionally pulling the scarf over her mouth to protect her face from the wind.
She's been involved in Occupy Syracuse, part of the national movement calling for an end to the corruption on Wall Street, since early November. The camp itself started Oct. 2. Two months later, the dynamics have changed. Chilly nights are turning dangerously cold as the camp trudges deeper into December.