Not that we're not ungrateful that Winter Storm Juno wasn't as fierce as initially feared, but it did disappoint us. The historic blizzard that forecasters had built up the hype for never came – especially not in New York.
To cure this anticlimax, here are some images from the Great Blizzard of 1888, which was an actual blizzard of historic proportions. As per its Wikipedia entry, the Great Blizzard of '88 resulted in snowfalls up to 60 (!) inches in parts of New Jersey, New York, Massachusetts and Connecticut.
What does that sort of snowfall look like? This:
The Brooklyn Bridge
East River in New York
Front page of a newspaper showing the chaos at Printing-House Square, New York City