Fourteen people have died and about 345,000 homes and business were left without power, the Associated Press is reporting, as the north-east of the US and Canada were hit by a blizzard that dumped up to 3 ft of snow on the most densely populated part of the region.
Utility companies in some hard-hit New England states predicted that the storm could leave some customers in the dark until Monday at least. Most of the power outages took place in Massachusetts.
After snowstorm 'Nemo' hit the US and Canada, less severe storm 'Orko' is expected to bring more wintry weather.
A summary of the effects of the storm that swept across the northeastern US and Canada.