US snowstorm clean-up begins

America will begin cleaning-up after snowstorm 'Nemo'. The blizzard killed at least nine people and left around half a million without power.

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NY Governor: Snowstorm 'Nemo swallows up' residents

The Governor of New York State Andrew Cuomo has given a press briefing about the snowstorm that has affected north east USA.

Governor of Connecticut urges people to stay off roads

The Governor of Connecticut Dannel Malloy has sent out advice to residents caught up in the severe snowstorm which has struck northeast USA.

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Passengers advised to check status of US flights

Passengers planning to fly to the east coast of the USA are being advised to check their flight status before leaving for the airport.

Snowstorm Nemo has led to a number of flight cancellations and delays.

Snowstorm Nemo dumps three feet of snow in US

Snowstorm Nemo has dumped more than three feet of snow on some parts of northeastern USA.

A man drags a shovel up Beacon Hill during a severe winter snow storm in Boston, Massachusetts Credit: REUTERS/Brian Snyder

New England woke up to record snowfall and Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New York were also badly affected.

David Lore, 14, uses a snow blower to clear snow from his sidewalk during a blizzard in Medford, Massachusetts Credit: REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi

Transport has been hit by the snow with many flights being grounded and roads cut off.

A child sits buried in the snow waiting for his father to take his photo in Central Park in New York Credit: REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

Thousands stranded as 32 US flights to UK are cancelled

People make their way through snow in New York where flights have been cancelled.

Thousands of passengers have been left stranded in America after flights to Britain were grounded while snow battered the US east coast.

A massive storm, dubbed 'Nemo', has dumped nearly two feet of snow in New England and hurricane-force winds have battered the eastern states and Canada.

Heathrow Airport said 32 inbound flights - mainly from New York and Boston - were cancelled, as well as two outbound flights.

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Reports: Power outage for half a million in USA

More than 500,000 people in the USA are without power, according to Associated Press, after a powerful snowstorm hit the north east of the country.

CNN reports that, in Massachussets alone, 300,000 people are without power.

National Grid spokeswoman Jackie Barry told the channel that it will take "at least a couple of days" to restore power to all households.

Governor of Connecticut: Keep phones fully charged

Dannel Malloy, the Governor of Connecticut, has sent out advice to residents caught up in the severe snowstorm which has struck northeast USA.

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