A major storm has dumped large amounts of snow on the eastern United States, paralysing parts of the region.
The blizzard - dubbed "snowpocalypse" by local media - hit a large swathe of the country from Indiana to Pennsylvania.
The capital, Washington DC, saw 2ft (60cm) of snow fall by Saturday afternoon.
It could be the heaviest snowfall in the area in almost 90 years.
The blizzard is also blanketing other East Coast cities, including Atlantic City, New Jersey.
It is the second major snowstorm to hit the region, after a December storm dumped 16in (41cm) on Washington.
The snow caused travel chaos across the US north-east, as flights were delayed or cancelled entirely.
But some are making the most out of the atrocious weather, turning the streets into cross-country ski courses.
The US president, snowed in at the White House, joked that he and his Chicago family were used to this kind of weather.
Others practised potentially new ways to get to work on Monday morning - as local shops reported snow gear and shovels were out of stock.
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