View photos from the aftermath of the blizzard that parazalized travelers the day after Christmas, Dec. 26, 2010.
No bike riding today. Snow covered everything in sight, including a bicycle on the side of a once busy street in New York City. The Big Apple was hit hardest with more than 2 feet of snow in some areas.
Snow falls in the early morning hours in Manhattan's East Village. Along the Northeastern corridor of the US, blizzard conditions -- including low visibility -- stopped planes, trains and automobiles in their tracks.
A car and truck move slowly down a desolate, snow-clogged Broadway Avenue in New York City's Greenwich Village neighborhood.
People brave the wintry elements to walk across snowdrifts on Houston Street in New York City. The snowstorm brought high winds -- in some cases as much as 80-mile-per-hour winds.
Snow doesn't stop this woman from walking her dog between 2 snowed-in taxicabs in Manhattan's Greenwich Village neighborhood.
The blizzard forced major airports to cancel several flights, stranding thousands of travelers heading home after Christmas.
Travelers carry their luggage through a snow bank on 7th Avenue in front of New York's Penn Station.
A worker shovels snow from the sidewalk in front of the New York Stock Exchange.
A taxi crosses Broad Street in Philadelphia, following a post-Christmas blizzard that dumps over a foot of snow on the City of Brotherly Love.
A man clears the sidewalk in front of Geno's Steaks in Philadelphia. A foot of snow didn't stop the popular restaurant from opening.
Two men make their way through a snowstorm on Dec. 18, 2010, in West Ewell, England. Travelers in the UK were warned there would be severe disruption to all London airports after British Airways cancelled all flights out of Heathrow and Gatwick airports.