Juno 2015, New York

Whilst some sheltered at home, this couple spent their time enjoying the snow. (Photo by Adrian Cabrero)

Rockaway

Although it’s snowing, some are always ready to enjoy the sea. These surfers took advantage of the day to train at Rockaway.(Photo by Andreea Waters)

Snow day in NYC 2015

By the end of Tuesday, there wasn’t a storm but it was still a snow day for students. Time to make the most of the snow! (Photo by Eric Konon)

Snow day Juno

There were those who enjoyed Tuesday better when in the end, there was no blizzard in New York. (Photo by Joshua Pomales)

Juno 2015

Someone must have been thinking about the New York Mayor’s big forecast for Tuesday. (Photo byAdrian Cabrero)

Juno Blizzard 2015

Pretty picture of the snow when it began to fall on Monday. Buses had difficulty getting about. (Photo by Metropolitan Transportation Authority of the State of New York)

West Drive Central Park Juno 2015

Central Park was the perfect place to wander about on Tuesday, although not for those who wanted to drive. (Photo by Charley Lhasa)

Times Square Blizzard 2015

Times Square on Monday, which had the most snow fall during the storm. (Photo by Metropolitan Transportation Authority of the State of New York)

Running during Juno 2015

Of course! Sport first and foremost. (Photo by paula soler-moya)

Grand Central Juno 2015

Grand Central is already beautiful enough, but with the snow it made for some iconic photos. (Phoyo by  Metropolitan Transportation Authority of the State of New York)

And for an added bonus: The snow view from our very own window at different hours of the day 😉