The snow storm may feel like ancient history, but the cold temperatures are here to stay for at least one more night.
Temperatures will drop as low as 13 degrees in Manhattan and 7 degrees in the northern suburbs Tuesday night.
Wind gusts New York City's Central Park felt like zero for much of the day . Temperatures across New Jersey hovered in the single digitsTuesday as wind chills dipped below zero.
The high temperature of 26 degrees was reached late in the afternoon in the city.
The melting process should begin Wednesday, with highs in the mid- to upper 30s statewide. A warming trend is forecast through the weekend, with highs in the 50s by Sunday.
Commuters were still feeling the effects of Monday's snowstorm.
Traffic on I-84 in East Hartford, Conn., was backed up nine miles early Tuesday after a minivan crashed into the rear of a state snowplow. The 62-year-old van driver was pronounced dead at the scene.
Monday's Nor'easter dumped eight inches of snow around the city and up to a foot in the suburbs.