HOBOKEN - Along with much of New Jersey, Hoboken saw much less snow than expected.
Most say cleaning up in the Hudson County city was a lot easier today than during last month's blizzard. Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer said some vehicles had to be towed to clear emergency routes, but that most residents heeded warnings to park off the streets.
Young entrepreneurs like Andrew Mitchell say they were able to make money by shoveling snow, even though there wasn't as much white stuff to pick up this time.
News 12 New Jersey spoke with a Detroit native who says this is pretty standard weather for Michigan and that she isn't phased by it.
Hoboken also closed its emergency operations center before noon today, signaling that things were under control.