Parts of the area are digging out once again, and spring can't come soon enough for many snow-weary residents.
Still, the main dangers to kick off the work week dealt with the commute, and drivers were urged to use caution and take mass transit if possible.
The Long Island Expressway had signs pointing out slick spots to motorists and was moving fine, but secondary and tertiary roads (and possibly getting out of your own driveway) presented the greatest danger.
In Dix Hills, a paramedic was involved in a crash with a truck near Pine Hill Road due to the icy conditions. Another accident was reported on Merrick Road near Eisenhower Park in East Meadow in Nassau County, where a car hit and knocked down a street light.
In New Jersey, the fast-moving storm left behind as much as 3 inches of snow in parts of the state.
Most highways are clear, but local roads may have a coating of snow and ice, and temperatures are expected to remain below normal.
New York City and Hoboken suspended street cleaning rules for Monday.
AccuWeather now turns its attention to a possibly strong winter storm Wednesday night into Thursday. The potential exists for 6 inches or more, but the exact track of the storm remains uncertain.
Snow tips for those venturing outside: