A huge snow storm has hit the east coast of America, it's brought some cities to a standstill.
A state of emergency has been declared across six of states, including the capital Washington DC.
Public transport has been cancelled in many places and people have been advised to stay indoors until the storm passes.
Forecasters are predicting it'll be the heaviest snowfall in 100 years, with more than two feet of snow, and winds of more than 50 mph.
The storm is set to last the whole weekend.
Ella and her sister Maddie making a snowman in Washington DC.
Snow has caused schools to close in the US capital, Washington DC.
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Workers clean the snow from a street in Washington DC. Thousands of flights were cancelled and supermarket shelves were left bare on Friday.
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A police car drives through the snow on a street in Washington DC.