1 November 2012
Last updated at 12:54
US President Barack Obama has declared a "major disaster" in New York state after storm Sandy smashed into the US East Coast. You have been sending us your pictures of the storm damage. This was the aftermath in Dumbo, New York on Tuesday morning. Photo: Julienne Schaer.
The storm caused major flooding and left millions of people without power. Photo: Julienne Schaer.
Sara Misenas, in front of an uprooted tree in Mohegan Lake, New York, said: "Branches and many trees fell here. The storm lasted for over four hours. This morning was windy and the fire department were closing roads and attending to live wires caused by the high winds." Photo: Alec Charriez.
Jorge Escobar: "The facade of this building fell off in Chelsea on 8th Avenue between 14th and 15th Street in Manhattan, New York. The situation is slowly back to normal. Lower Manhattan still had no power on Wednesday and the subway is still closed. Few businesses are open."
Davey Davis: "I went to Manhattan at about 08:00 EDT (12:00 GMT) on Tuesday. I saw a lot of branches down and I took these photos of a flooded carpark near the Goldman Sachs building. The whole place smells rank because of the flood water - there is also a smell of petroleum in the air."
Journalist James Knock, originally from the Cotswolds in the UK, and now living in Brooklyn, New York, said: "We’ve been affected by fallen trees and flying debris. But in true New York style people are out walking their dogs or out jogging doing their best to get their lives back on track."
Water Street and Plymouth, in Brooklyn, New York, was completely underwater when Rondell Meeks took this picture on Tuesday morning.
Dominic Fogarty took this photo at East 72nd Street, in New York before the storm hit on Monday around 12:40 EDT (16:40 GMT).
And this was the view after the storm. This photo was taken in the early hours of Tuesday morning, around 00:30 EDT (04:30 GMT). Photo: Dominic Fogarty.
A state of emergency was declared in other US states including New Jersey. Leong Ying took this photo in Hoboken, New Jersey not long after the storm hit...
And this was the view outside Leong Ying's apartment on Tuesday morning.
Hurricane Sandy brought blizzard conditions to parts of West Virginia on Tuesday. Caroline Snyder, took this photo of her garage in Summersville. "I am so glad we were ready. I ordered up two pairs of snowshoes and got all the bedding, towels and the winter clothing ready." Photo: Caroline Snyder.
Expat Lem Lattimer from Brooklyn said he wanted to see the aftermath, so on Wednesday he went to the The Rockaway Peninsula in Queens which got hit really hard. He said: "I love extreme weather but there was no way I was going out while it was all going on.."
Falling trees have also caused damage, Allison Harris took this photo on the corner of a flooded Adams and 1st Street in downtown Hoboken, New Jersey. Send your photos to email@example.com. For terms and conditions visit bbc.co.uk/terms.