27 December 2010
Last updated at 18:02
Blizzards swept along the eastern coast of the US. New York City, near 52nd Street and Ninth Avenue, pictured here, was hit hard. Photo: Jason Dare
A homeless man, unable to find shelter for the night in New York City tried to keep warm in the bitter weather. Photo: Jason Dare
Times Square in New York was not as busy as usual due to the bad weather. Photo: Matt Gratz
Some people braved the snow on 42nd Street and Broadway, New York City. Photo: Matt Gratz
The New York area was in the storm's bull's eye, receiving up to 51cm (20in) of snow, and even more in some areas. Photo: Matt Gratz
Michael Aberg: "It started snowing heavily around 10 o'clock yesterday morning. Then it got really windy. It was snowing horizontally."
Sean Creamer: "I was on the last flight that attempted to leave JFK yesterday evening. After a couple of hours on the plane the conditions had deteriorated and not only was our flight cancelled, the airport was closed."
Andrew Failes in Petersburg: "I don't need to go anywhere in the car, which is a good job because I'll have to dig the car out first."
The New York area received up to 51cm (20in) of snow, and even more in some areas. Photo: Phil Davis
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