Hundreds of thousands of households are without power and travellers are stranded as the US is hit by more heavy snow and ice.
The blizzard paralyzing the US East Coast has peaked over New York, dumping near-record snow. The storm has been blamed for 19 deaths and coastal towns are awash with tidal surges.
States in the eastern part of the US have begun receiving snow after a massive blizzard forecast for the weekend. Five states have declared an emergency, with up to 2 feet (60 cm) of snow predicted for Washington, D.C.
Haiti is holding three days of national mourning for the hundreds of people killed by Hurricane Matthew last week. The US military has airlifted supplies to badly hit towns as UN soldiers work to clear roads.
Snowbound Washington will keep its federal offices closed on Monday as the US East Coast digs its way out. Sunshine on Sunday gave New Yorkers the chance to enjoy the aftermath of the city's second-biggest snowstorm.
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