Snow fell across the Northeast on Monday and Tuesday. Although, some areas did not get as much powder as feared.
Travel bans have been lifted now in parts of New Jersey and New York.
FOX News Radio's Tonya J. Powers reports from Manhattan:
The travel ban has been lifted for most of New York, which means the oddly quiet streets we've had overnight are about to get louder.
(Resident) "Street closing... Everything. With no cars being on the road... A lot of enforcements went on last night -- pretty unusual. Never heard of it before."
He's shoveling snow this morning.
While we didn't get as much snow as expected, there's still a blanket of white across the city, and plenty of cold to go with it.
On the Upper West Side, Tonya J. Powers, FOX News Radio.
FOX News Radio's Bill Marcus has the latest on how some Massachusetts residents are coping:
Up here they call this "hard weather" -- the words of Chris Walsh from Everett on his way to pick up a couple of guys to go shoveling. Walsh explaining why it's good to have a friend with a truck...
(Resident) "They called me to pick these guys up because no one else had a truck to drive in this terrible weather we're having today."
Besides service workers, the only other brave soul I saw was one very devoted grandmother, bundled up like the Michelin Man, carrying a bag on her way to babysit her grandson.
In Boston, Bill Marcus, FOX News Radio.