Cities on the east coast of the US, including New York and Boston, are bracing for up to 60 Centimetre of snow as a major winter storm approaches.
Wind gusts of up to 80 kilometre per hour are forecast for several days creating blinding, blowing snow.
The National Weather Service (NWS) says snow is expected to begin late Sunday night in parts of Pennsylvania, New York State and New England.
New York City has declared a state of emergency.
New Jersey governor Phil Murphy has also declared a state of emergency, giving authorities the ability to shut roads and evacuate homes.
He also suspended all public transport throughout the state on Monday. The snowstorm already hit the West Coast, with California experiencing more than 2m (6ft) of snow last week.
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