A snowstorm struck the Northeast on Tuesday, blanketing roads with snow from Pennsylvania to New Jersey to New York to New England.
The fast-moving storm hit Tuesday morning ahead of rush hour and ended Tuesday afternoon.
Suburbs were hit the hardest. New York City and Boston, which were forecast to get 4 to 8 inches, saw just 3.2 inches and 0.1 inch respectively.
As the nor’easter leaves Tuesday, cold air is moving in, turning the snow on the roads into ice.
Early Wednesday morning, temperatures will plummet to about 25 degrees in New York and Philadelphia and 22 degrees in Boston.
During the day, temperatures will rise to the 30s and 40s this week, and sunshine will help melt Tuesday's snow.
Another round of winter weather is possible in New England by the end of the week.
-ABC News’ Melissa Griffin
New England snowfall totals
In Farmington, Connecticut, a whopping 15.5 inches of snow has been recorded so far.
Foster, Rhode Island, has seen 10 inches of snow, while Dudley, Massachusetts, recorded 8.8 inches.
Boston, where schools were closed as the city braced for 4 to 8 inches of snow, has recorded just 0.1 inch.
Snow totals near New York City
Tuesday’s storm dumped 4.9 inches of snow at New Jersey’s Newark Liberty International Airport and 4.2 inches at New York City’s John F. Kennedy International Airport.
Sussex, New Jersey, recorded 15 inches of snow.
In Manhattan, Central Park recorded 3.2 inches of snow -- the park’s highest daily snowfall in more than two years.
New York City is under a travel advisory.
Bridgeport, Connecticut, has seen 7.6 inches of snow and the snow is still falling.
-ABC News' Melissa Griffin
More than 126,000 power outages in Pennsylvania
More than 126,000 customers are without power in Pennsylvania amid the fast-moving snowstorm.
In Philadelphia, public schools opened on a two-hour delay.