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People in New York State have been trying to dig themselves out from under a year's worth of snow that has fallen in just three days.
A state of emergency has been declared in ten counties. ITV News' Washington Correspondent Robert Moore reports.
Fresh snow has fallen in New York state, where longtime residents described the blast of winter weather as the worst in memory.
Freak winter storms have buried parts of New York state under at least five feet of snow and killed eight people.
ITV News' Washington Correspondent Robert Moore reports on the blizzards as the region braces itself for another bout of snow.
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More snow has fallen in New York State overnight and further flurries have been forecast.
NBC's Dylan Dreyer reports from Buffalo, which has been severely hit by the snowstorms.
Eight people have died in snowstorms in New York State where a year's worth of snow has fallen in three days.
Between five and six feet of snow has fallen since Tuesday, leaving motorists stranded and people trapped in their homes.
ITV News' Martin Stew has the latest as America wakes up to fresh snow that has fallen overnight and forecasts of more on the way.
An eight person has died in snowstorms that have hit New York State as further snowfall is forecast.
Officials in Erie County said a man in his 60s had died after being caught up in the severe weather.
Seven people have died in Erie County and one person in neighbouring Genesee County since the storm began Tuesday, authorities said. Most have suffered heart attacks.
Around 5ft of snow has fallen across the area with a further 3ft forecast for late Thursday.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has urged residents to stay at home and off the roads amid a state of emergency which has been declared as heavy snowstorms hit New York State.
At a press conference, he said: "It's going to get in some ways worse before it gets better."
The storm is expected to remain until Friday morning, with up to a further three feet of snow forecast before then.