The plows are out. The salt is down. New York is getting hammered with snow (by east coast standards) but people are still getting to work however they see fit.
We’re supposed to get another 4 inches today, pushing the snow tally to 8-10 inches in the city, more elsewhere. But it pails in comparison to the largest single snowfall ever in New York (link). Actually, it’s a little less than half. 26 inches is the record, set in 2006.