The snow may be done falling, but the accumulation is still causing some serious headaches when it comes to travel and commuting.
Much of Boston's 6-inches of snow has been cleared by Monday morning, but it's a different story for those heading south on Amtrak.
Although all trains are currently on time, the Acela Express and Northeast Regional lines are running on a limited schedule.
Those with tickets should have gotten a notification from Amtrak, and the service urges travelers to check the status of the train before heading out.
When it comes to air travel, it's still a mess.
Upward of 12,000 flights have been cancelled up and down the East Coast, with some airports shutting down for a day. It's now causing backup, and it's affecting people flying out of Boston Logan.