Wind gusts peaked at 78 mph on Nantucket, but the island reported sustained gusts above 50 mph for nearly 24 hours.
We're locked into a wintry pattern, with no sign we'll break out of it anytime soon. That may or may not mean some more accumulating snow on the way.
28.5 inches of snow fell on Long Island in the storm, and totals are surging past 30 inches in eastern Massachusetts.
Cold air and gusty winds wrapping around the great New England storm stay with us through the day Wednesday.
Instead of presenting the forecast as a range of possibilities, many outlets simply presented the worst-case scenario.
The Thursday night storm probably doesn't produce meaningful frozen precipitation, though Sunday's needs to be watched carefully.
When massive storms wind up off the Northeast coast, they become visual spectacles - both through a lens from outer space and from the ground.
Roughly a coating to several inches of snow fell in the D.C. area - very close to what was forecast.
We may see some flurries this morning but then dry out before our next snow chance late Thursday.
After a cold and snow showery day, the odds of accumulating snow go up tonight. Icy travel is also a concern.