While you were huddled inside last night ordering moo shu pork and watching Good Burger, snow was falling. And it was blowing around. And it was accumulating. We can confirm all this is true thanks to people like John Huntington of ControlGeek, who documented the storm with timelapse videos. Below, check out several such videos and see what you missed out on while you were sleeping.

This one was taken from a roof in Brooklyn, starting at about 8 p.m., one frame per minute:

Here's one from Midtown Manhattan taken by the WSJ, starting around 7 p.m.:

Time Magazine set up a camera overlooking Radio City Music Hall and Rockefeller Center between 4:30 p.m. Thursday and 10 a.m. Friday.

And here are a few more videos from around the area, so you can really feel the wind on your neck: