New York City has officially reopened to the public after being closed for more than two months due to the threat of a winter storm.
The National Weather Service in New York forecasted the storm would bring up to 20 inches of snow, which would bring the forecast to a stop.
The city has also reopened to the general public with limited public access.
The National Weather Services said snow was expected to accumulate at least 1.5 feet in New Orleans and 3 feet in Washington, D.C.
The storm is expected to continue through Sunday, and it is unclear if it will bring more snow.