The blizzard known as "Nemo" swept across the northeastern United States on Friday, whitening out New York, New Jersey, New England and other areas. Flights were grounded, trains were suspended, and several states declared emergency conditions. (For live updates on "Nemo," click here.)
Below, you can see a collection of photos of "Nemo," whose unofficial name comes from The Weather Channel. These pictures, taken across the United States and Canada, show where towns, houses and highways are blanketed in snow, and where people are driving, shoveling, playing outside and stocking up on storm essentials. (Shout out to the wine and chocolate guy.)
If you'd like to share your own photos of the storm, you can tag them anywhere online with #nemo, or send us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also click the green "Add Photos" button below. To view more user-submitted photos from the storm, check out more "Nemo" images here.