US storm causes death and disruption
A winter storm sweeping across the US has killed at least 13 people.
The storm is predicted to continue east over the next several days, just as tens of millions of travellers are expected to hit the road or take to the skies before Thanksgiving on Thursday.
The American Automobile Association estimates more than 43 million people will be travelling over the holiday weekend and icy roads and flooding have already created hazardous conditions in Oklahoma, Texas, California, New Mexico and Arizona.
More than 300 flights were cancelled at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, representing about one-third of the scheduled departures.
Snow fell in Edgewood, New Mexico, where the average daytime temperature is 11C, but where the last few days have seen highs of -6C.
BBC Weather's Nina Ridge looks at the track of the storm and its potential impact in the coming days.