The Northeastern U.S. Is experiencing the tail end of a winter storm that was supposed to dump "the most snow seen since the Pleistocene" on the region. Luckily for me, the storm veered about forty miles east of it's projected path and has been dumping anywhere from 18 to 24 inches of snow on Long Island and Eastern Connecticut.
I opened up the front door at 8AM to find a coating of about four inches on the ground, with a minuscule amount of flurries falling. I was able to shovel the sidewalk in front of my place and my neighbor's place, and my neighbor's driveway, in less than an hour. I cleaned off my car and was back inside by 9, even allowing for a rap session with the neighbors.
I'm not complaining- while the local travel bans have been lifted, the roads are still a mess, and less than ten miles east of here, there's a foot of snow on the ground. This storm was no biggie for me, but there are plenty of people still suffering through it. Stay safe, people!