Another round of snow is on the way to the Tri-State area for Wednesday morning.
Meteorologist Lee Goldberg says the AccuWeather forecast is calling for a coating to two inches of snow for most of the region, with the higher amounts expected on the south shore of Long Island.
A winter weather advisory is in effect for most of the area until noon Wednesday.
The snow will be followed by very bitter Arctic air for the weekend, the coldest of the season.
Meanwhile, coastal flood warnings are still in effect for many areas already dealing with flooding from high tides.
Tidal flooding was a problem Tuesday in some parts of the Jersey Shore and Long Island.
There were reports of flooding in Belmar and Neptune in New Jersey due to higher-than-normal tides because of the new moon and stormy conditions.
Police in Middletown, N.J., reported that some roads were closed because of tidal flooding, though no cars had gotten stuck.
In Piermont in Rockland County, police said there was flooding at Paradise Avenue, Bridge Street and Ferry Road, which all closed. Kane Park in Piermont also flooded.
In New York, there were several schools that announced a delayed start on Tuesday.
On Monday, parts of eastern Long Island received up to 6 inches of snow. A couple of inches also fell in parts of Connecticut. While the snow was generally light, driving conditions were hazardous.
A charter bus crashed on Interstate 95 in Madison, Connecticut during the storm on its way to a casino with passengers from New York City. At least 30 people suffered injuries in the accident, officials said.
Along with snow, the storm is also causing flooding in some parts of the region.