The accumulating snow threat ended for the metro-east about 9 p.m. Monday, according to the National Weather Service.
Some freezing drizzle fell overnight into Tuesday morning, with temperatures dropping through the 20s.
New Year's Day will be cold under partially clearing skies, with the mercury rising only to 26 during the day and dropping into the upper teens by midnight.
Motorists and pedestrians should take care watching for precipitation to re-freeze as patches of black ice form on sidewalks and roads.
The week forecast calls for gradually warming temperatures, with highs in the 30s by the end of the workweek and in the 40s over the weekend.