Posted: Mar 13, 2017 09:09 AM MDT
Updated: Mar 14, 2017 12:29 PM MDT
GOES16, NOAA's newest weather satellite, showing the winter storm affecting the Northeast, March 14, 2017.
The Fearless Girl didn't let a little snow dampen her spirit during a winter storm in New York City, March 14, 2017.
A Nor'easter is dumping snow and pushing winds up the US East Coast -- a monster storm that has placed about 18 million people under a blizzard warning.
Long lines and bare shelves were seen at grocery stores in DC and New York City ahead of the blizzard.
March snowstorms bring the threat of a late season Nor'easter to residents of the Northeast United States with snow squalls and powerful winds expected to hit New York City, Connecticut and Boston on Monday and Tuesday, March 13 and 14, 2017, forecasters say.
Minneapolis got an early dousing of snow Sunday. The city hosted its first ever Major League Soccer match, in which players braved zero-degree wind chills in what was the coldest ever MLS game.
Chicago also got a dose of snow Sunday as winter storms move across the U.S.
A plane de-ices at Chicago Midway Monday morning. A lot more snow is expected in the Northeast beginning Tuesday morning.
A home on Lake Ontario in Webster, New York, was covered in ice after several days of freezing temperatures combined with winds and moisture from the lake. More than a foot of snow is expected in the region beginning early Tuesday.