It may not compare to the winter George Washington and his troops faced at Valley Forge, but Long Islanders spent Presidents Day dealing with yet another annoyance in what's been a string of troublesome snowstorms this winter.
But forecasters said the worst is over - for now - predicting no snow accumulation Tuesday.
Clear skies should rule the day Tuesday with highs in the upper 20s.
The snow blitz that struck Sunday dropped more than 7 inches to the north, south and west of Long Island.
That was significant enough to create treacherous road conditions during the morning rush hour, causing mostly minor fender-benders, police said, although some crashes forced brief road closures - an accident saw an overturned Jeep at the Long Island Expressway's Exit 49 at Route 110 in Melville.
Medford, Northport and Manorville all got at least 4 inches of snow. In Nassau, Plainview, Levittown and Bellerose all got at least 3 inches.