Millions of people in New York City hunkered down on Monday evening as they prepared for a potentially 'historic' blizzard.
However, the predicted storm failed to live up to its hype - prompting many to criticize Mayor Bill de Blasio for his 'over-reaction'.
Indeed, de Blasio had earlier banned cars in the city, closed a 60-mile stretch of the New York Thruway and halted buses, subways and trains.
But elsewhere along the East Coast, it was a different story - with heavy snow, high winds and coastal floods recorded across New England on Tuesday.
Winter Storm Juno heaped more than a foot of snow on parts of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and New York state.
The worst hit area was Massachusetts, which endured up to a huge 26.2 inches of snow in the town of Shrewsbury, with wind gusts topping 75mph.