A massive winter storm described as historic and destructive is heading for New Jersey, New York, and Massachusetts.
We find out more about the expected conditions from our weather correspondent Laura Tobin and also how the areas are preparing from our reporters Kate Fisher and Jonathan Swain.
Laura brings us today's forecast, and although the US is experiencing extreme storms, she says today's weather here will be relatively mild - but tomorrow we will start seeing those affects from over the Atlantic.
Preparations are underway on the east coast of America for what's predicted to be one of the worst storms on record.
Residents have been stocking up on fuel and food ahead of the blizzard later today. Up to two feet of snow are expected and there is a severe weather warning in place for Boston and New York.
It's been bitterly cold but will winter continue this way? Laura tells us more in her weather blog.
"It’s been the coldest week of winter so far. Widespread frosts, temperatures down to -13.7C in Highland Scotland, the coldest we’ve had for nearly 2 years. Snowfall across northern areas of the UK causing travel chaos but also scenes of winter wonderlands. Another positive has been fantastic conditions for Scottish ski slopes with thousands flocking to take advantage of the conditions. However it’ll slowly turn milder and more settled over the weekend and into next week.