NEW YORK (AP) — It didn’t turn out to be a monster storm.
Midtown Manhattan is a blanket of white but roads and sidewalks are passable.
A few people and cars were out early Tuesday.
Many businesses such as 24-hour delis are open.
Mido Salha worked his usual overnight shift at the City Gourmet Market on Eighth Avenue in Manhattan. He put a “we are open” sign in the window.
He says “It’s just a regular snow day.”
Brandon Bhajan, a security guard at a 33rd Street building, says he thinks it’s a good thing the city prepared New Yorkers for the worst even if it didn’t turn out as bad.
He says the “over-coverage” of the storm allowed people to be ready and prepared.
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