We've graduated from blizzards to bomb cyclones.
Posted on January 4, 2018, at 6:04 p.m. ET
NOAA's GOES East satellite captured this geocolor-enhanced image of the powerful nor'easter moving up the US Eastern Seaboard on Thursday.
A pedestrian walks in strong winds in New York City.
A parked vehicle is surrounded by snowdrifts along the Jersey Shore in Ocean Grove, New Jersey.
A tractor trailer lies on its side after running off the road in Georgetown, Delaware.
Wind blows snow and sand at the shoreline in Atlantic City.
Icycles hang from a storefront in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.
A wave crashes over homes in Scituate, Massachusetts.
A car sits in frozen floodwaters from Boston Harbor on Long Wharf in Boston.
A woman walks through the snow toward a subway station during the morning commute in Brooklyn.
A man tries to get his car unstuck in near-whiteout conditions in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.
A very frozen Bryant Park fountain in New York City.
A woman watches as ocean waves overtake the seawall in the Boston suburb of Lynn, Massachusetts.
Two people brave snow and high winds during a winter storm in Hingham, Massachusetts.
Steam and snow blow around a man taking a photo of the storm in Midtown Manhattan.
A mail carrier pulls her cart through the snow and wind in Brooklyn.
People walk past a car buried by snowdrifts in Atlantic City.
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