Empty New York
The storm is supposed to start hitting the city overnight, peak Monday night, and continue through Tuesday.
Meantime, the most obvious effect is that almost everyone has gone home. So a city that thrives on density is now full of empty space.
New York’s Metropolitan Transit Authority, which runs the city’s subway system and other transportation lines throughout the state, shut everything down Sunday evening.
Here’s what three of the city’s busiest transit hubs — Grand Central, Times Square and Penn Station — looked like last night. For more, see the MTA’s Flickr account.