It’s the big question with an easy answer - no! Unfortunately (for most). While many storms in America cross the Atlantic and reach our shores a few days later, this one is going to track north into Greenland and will never come anywhere near us. We stick with unsettled weather, spells of rain and wind, thankfully nothing as stormy as last week.
You'll need to grab an umbrella today because there's rain around across the south and west, it spreads across most of the country - and for some of us, will last all weekend long. Watch Laura Tobin's forecast to find out more.
A massive snowstorm has swept across the north east of America, killing eight people and paralysing New York state.
The US are in the grips of a record cold spell with huge amounts of snow and arctic blasts spreading across America.
Two hundred million people in America woke up this morning with temperatures below freezing and more than half of America is covered in snow fall.