A cold winter snap continues to cause chaos in the US east coast and the south.
The second snowstorm of the season in New England has sent cars sliding. It has prompted hundreds of schools to close. Airlines have also cancelled hundreds of flights.
According to the National Weather Service, up to 16 centimeters of snow fell on parts of New England since Tuesday night. Steady snowfall and slippery commutes have been reported across the region.
Meanwhile the number of deaths from record cold temperatures in the south has climbed to ten people in weather-related incidents.