Winter Storm Juno may have been somewhat less dramatic than meteorologists predicted, but it sure made for some gorgeous photos. We’ve posted about 50 of them below! Thanks so much to everyone who sent them in.
It started with long lines at the grocery stores…
Once the snow started on Monday, it was hard to see very far, but what you could see was beautiful:
The four photos below in Central Park are by Cindy Stern:
The next three photos are by Constanze Doerr.
Several people told us the snowflakes looked like stars:
Photo by triplec64.
At night, there was a break in the snow, and some people went sledding or took the dogs for a walk.
The West 60’s were also quiet on Monday night. Next three photos by Lucien Desar:
And two by Michael Vooss:
Photos by Arif at 79th and Broadway at 1 a.m. and then 8 a.m.
Tuesday morning, Upper West Siders awoke to a winter wonderland, nice and snowy but not nearly as dramatic as expected.
Clear and quiet Tuesday morning on 96th and Broadway. Westside Market and Dunkin Donuts were open. The workers never went home. “Workers said they hadn’t gone home. Slept in the store,” writes Anya Stiglitz.
Photo by ebdoherty in Central Park.
The next two photos are by MJ Kaplan of Riverside Park and the Hudson River. Click to enlarge.