A nor’easter disrupted daily life across the Northeast on Tuesday, upending school and work commutes, as rain turned to a slushy mix and then to snow in many regions.
Some parts of New England were braced for more snow than they were likely to get as the storm rerouted itself. New York City was expecting up to 8 inches.
In all, the weather was good news for small children and dogs, who quickly found their ways to parks and sledding hills — but was less pleasant for delivery workers on bikes and scooters.
Here are photos from the winter storm.
Credit…Andres Kudacki for The New York Times
People left the Exchange Place PATH train station in Jersey City, N.J., after service was suspended because of the snow.
A snow-covered Union Square in Manhattan.
A daughter in Cheltenham, Pa., helped her mother shovel and two brothers snow tubed in Philadelphia.
A delivery worker traversed a snowy St. Ann’s Avenue in the Bronx.
People played with their dogs in a snow-covered Prospect Park in Brooklyn.
Lines were long while people waited in the snow to enter the Museum of Modern Art.
Skylines, like Philadelphia’s, were barely visible through the snowy haze.
People tried to catch the ferry from New Jersey into Manhattan because of the PATH train service suspension.
Morning walks were challenged by inches of wet snow near Inwood Park in Manhattan.
Swans in Prospect Park still made their way across the lake despite the weather.
The Boston skyline was hidden behind flurries.
Snow accumulated quickly in Jackson Heights, Queens.
Drivers made their way through snow in Mets Willets Point, Queens.
Commuters waited for the ferry in lieu of the suspended PATH train.