More than 118,000 people are without power in the eastern United States because of snowfalls
A snowstorm in the southeastern United States left more than 118,000 people without power. Power outages affected North Carolina, West Virginia, Georgia, Massachusetts and South Carolina.
According to meteorologists, the blizzard, which is accompanied by snowfall and glaciation, will move northward and gradually lose strength. Sharp wind gusts of up to 22 m/s are expected in New York and Boston.
The worsening weather has affected air travel in the country – more than 1,500 flights were cancelled on Monday.