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The US is bracing itself for the worst storm of the winter with warnings of record-low temperatures and dangerous travelling conditions.
Almost half the country was caught in an icy blast on Monday after an unusually warm winter.
But forecasters have warned the next few days will get worse with the arrival of Winter Storm Stella which will bring blizzards and heavy snow.
Up to 18 inches of snow has been predicted covering an area from the central Appalachians to New England.
The storm could bring record-low temperatures late on Monday into Tuesday, as well as "blizzard conditions in places, difficult travel and power outages," The National Weather Service has warned.
A blizzard warning was issued for New York, with snow expected to make travel "extremely dangerous," said forecasters.