The second wave of a massive snow storm has hit the north-east coast in the US leaving homes without power.
A woman skis by the National Mall near Capitol Hill in Washington. This is the second wave of a giant snow storm to hit the north-east of the US.
We don't think these cars are going anywhere fast. The weather has caused massive disruption and thousands of homes are without power.
This woman bravely battles through the snow in Manhattan which is piled up taller than her. New York has been hit with an extra 20 cm of snow in the past day and Washington got a whopping 38 centimetres.
The federal government closed its offices in the Washington area so workers didn't have to risk a dangerous journey to work. Schools were closed too.
But of course there was fun to be had - with all this snow it would be rude not to make a snowman! Cool dude.
A satellite image captures the snowstorm as it hit the north-east coast of the US.
More than 7,000 flights were cancelled over two days because of the weather.
Walkers brave the snow in Central Park in New York. Cities and towns including, Washington DC, Detroit, Boston, Chicago, New York and St Louis recorded two to three times as much snow as normal by this time in the winter season.