Winds of up to 80mph and 3ft of snow have hit Massachusetts as the severe weather continues across the North-East of the United States.
On the coast a collapsed sea wall sent waves crashing over houses.
In Boston people are expected to wake up to another 8-12 inches this morning.
A stranger on a train from Birmingham stunned a young mum by handing her a note praising her parenting skills together with a £5 note. We want to know what is the kindest thing a stranger has ever done for you?
New research says sugar in cereals has increased so much children could be eating the equivalent of seven biscuits for breakfast
Energy companies lower their prices but experts say they are still not doing enough to help customers
NICE says more than a million people may have been wrongly diagnosed with asthma.
Good Morning Britain is off to Australia. We will be filming and broadcasting live from lots of the Australia's biggest landmarks and we want to meet up with Brits living there. Do you have relatives or friends in the Gold Coast? Sydney? Perth or Melbourne?
Thursday 29 January - Come join us outside the Arts Centre on Southbank in Melbourne from 4pm.
Friday 30 January - Come join us at Cottesloe Beach in Perth from 1pm.
All this week Good Morning Britain is going down under in Australia.
We'll be speaking to Aussies and expats from the beaches of Oz and hearing some of the amazing stories of the families who live worlds apart in the UK and Australia. Take a look and find out more about some of the people we'll be speaking to...
The second leg of our Australian adventure started early, to catch the first flight to the country's most populous city. None of the team got much sleep. I always find the adrenalin from a big live outside broadcast keeps flowing through my veins for hours after I'm on air.
The long wait till January's payday is nearly over for many. What's the first treat you will buy?
Jonathan Swain goes behind the scenes at the Royal Mint which produces five billion coins a year.
Wendi Peters - known for playing Cilla in Coronation Street - join Good Morning Britain to talk about her role in the West End's Oh What A Lovely War!
A satirical musical about World War 1, the show's packed with familiar songs from that era including Pack Up Your Trouble and It's a Long Way To Tipperary performed against a projected backdrop of images and shocking statistics conveying hard realities of war
The play was adapted by legendary left-wing theatre director Joan Littlewood whose theatre company was based at the Theatre Royal in Stratford. The play was first staged in 1963.