NYC's Winter Storm Juno in Photos Winter wonderland! New York City whipped itself into a frenzy preparing for Winter Storm Juno, only to receive a relatively dainty dusting Monday night. We captured the city's swirling flurries and bright-white vistas so you can enjoy the snow day too. Budget Travel Tuesday, Jan 27, 2015, 2:00 PM Snowy skyline: the view from the BT offices Monday at noon. (Jennifer O'Brien) Budget Travel LLC, 2016
 

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NYC's Winter Storm Juno in Photos

Winter wonderland! New York City whipped itself into a frenzy preparing for Winter Storm Juno, only to receive a relatively dainty dusting Monday night. We captured the city's swirling flurries and bright-white vistas so you can enjoy the snow day too.

  • Snowy skyline view from BT offices
  • Snow picks up speed in Times Square
  • Rushing to catch the train
  • Whiteout conditions NYC
  • NYCs famous Magnolia Bakery
  • Central Parks Bow Bridge in the wintertime.
  • Bethesda Fountain NYC
  • Descending to Bethesda Fountain
  • Snowstorm and dogs
  • Lampposts in Central Park
  • Central Park Wests San Remo towers
  • Sheep Meadow in snow
  • Ladies Pavilion of Central Park
  • Strawberry Fields
  • An frozen part of the lake in Central Park
  • The view from Central Parks Belvedere Castle
  • The tower of Belvedere Castle in Central Park

Snowy skyline: the view from the BT offices Monday at noon.

(Jennifer O'Brien)

The snow picked up speed in Times Square around 2 p.m. By now, the BT staff had begun heading home before public transportation screeched to a halt that evening.

(Jennifer O'Brien)

Rushing to catch the train at 3 p.m.

(Jennifer O'Brien)

Whiteout conditions begin.

(Jennifer O'Brien)

Blizzard or no blizzard, at least one location of NYC's famous Magnolia Bakery stayed open well into the afternoon.

(Jennifer O'Brien)

Rowboats are known to pass beneath Central Park's Bow Bridge…though not so much in the wintertime.

(Jennifer O'Brien)

Bethesda Fountain was a stop on our #BTinstawalk last fall. Its terrace is an ideal place to hide out from the snowflakes for a spell.

(Jennifer O'Brien)

Descending to Bethesda Fountain, cherry-red against the chill. 

(Jennifer O'Brien)

A snowstorm waits for no dog! Last-chance playtime before the city's evening curfew.

(Jennifer O'Brien)

Lampposts glow in Central Park.

(Jennifer O'Brien)

Central Park West's San Remo towers, as seen from the park early Tuesday morning.

(Jennifer O'Brien)

Sheep Meadow, undulating under mounds of snow.

(Jennifer O'Brien)

Once a trolley stop for travelers coming to Central Park, the Ladies Pavilion is now a popular event space...and a romantic winter photo op.

(Jennifer O'Brien)

Eerily deserted Strawberry Fields.

(Jennifer O'Brien)

One of the few unfrozen parts of the lake, now a hot spot for pigeons and ducks.

(Jennifer O'Brien)

The view from Central Park's Belvedere Castle: a quintessential winterscape whose beauty transcends any Juno hype.

(Jennifer O'Brien)

Yes, that's a real miniature castle! The tower of Belvedere Castle is the highest vantage point in Central Park.

(Jennifer O'Brien)
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