I'm in SE Pennsylvania; just outside of Philly. No one really predicted how bad it would be here. It took me over 90 minutes to get the 15 miles home from work. Then another almost 90 minutes to pick up my daughter from the local Community College campus which is maybe 3 miles. I went because Public trans was getting delayed by hours and I didn't want to risk her getting stranded. We eventually lost power during dinner, which stayed out for most of the night, but did come back I think my power was knocked out by a tree that dropped on a secondary artery, a so-called "Snow Emergency Route" that runs through my neighborhood, so it was a priority to clear that. I'd bet my story is pretty typical, but many had it much worse. My brother-in-law was told not to expect his power to come back until sometime Tuesday.
Here's the really odd thing; the very next day, you'd barely know it snowed. We only really got a couple inches. Didn't even shovel; by the time we got up yesterday the sun alone had cleared the driveway and street. Around here we're pretty good with snow, and most people don't usually panic except for the occasional 20+ inch storms. High winds and wet snow are each problematic; this storm had both. I'd be willing to bet, you could point to a spot anywhere in the county, and there would be a downed tree and/or wire within a 10 minute walk of that spot.
The malls are jammed by people escaping cold homes and using the charging stations for their phones. First World Problems; LOL. You know, we get all wussy over this inconvenience, but it really makes you appreciate how good it is here. I can't imagine what it was (and still is) like for all the people in places like Puerto Rico who were hammered by the Hurricanes last year.