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Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Here comes Stella! Dangerous nor'easter arrives in New York bringing up to two feet of snow as states of emergency take effect across the east coast following deaths of at least two in the Midwest

By Anna Hopkins For Dailymail.com and Julian Robinson for MailOnline

Millions of Americans are waking up to chaos this morning after 'life-threatening' Winter Storm Stella started to lash the northeast bringing two feet of snow, canceling thousands of flights, bringing traffic to a standstill and closing hundreds of schools.

Millions of Americans are waking up to chaos this morning after 'life-threatening' Winter Storm Stella started to lash the northeast bringing two feet of snow, canceling thousands of flights, bringing traffic to a standstill and closing hundreds of schools. Snow shovelers are pictured clearing the streets in Times Square, New York the early hours of this morning
Millions of Americans are waking up to chaos this morning after 'life-threatening' Winter Storm Stella started to lash the northeast bringing two feet of snow, canceling thousands of flights, bringing traffic to a standstill and closing hundreds of schools. Snow shovelers are pictured clearing the streets in Times Square, New York the early hours of this morning

The region is being hit by blizzards and 60mph winds while a state of emergency has been declared in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Maryland.

With temperatures 15 to 30 degrees below normal for this time of year, the harsh winter weather has already claimed lives in Milwaukee after two elderly men on different sides of the city collapsed while shoveling snow yesterday.

More than 7,600 US flights were cancelled for Tuesday, with airports in New York, Boston, Baltimore, Washington and Philadelphia hardest hit amid reports up to four inches of snow an hour will fall during the peak of the storm. Some 200 people were said to be stranded at John F. Kennedy airport.

The storm was expected to dump up to 2ft of snow on the New York City metro area, with wind gusts of up to 55mph while the above-ground portions of the subway system were being shut down on Tuesday morning.

About three inches of snow was estimated to have fallen on New York overnight and pictures show how Times Square in Manhattan was virtually empty apart from a few emergency crews clearing snow.

The weather service's office near Philadelphia called the storm 'life-threatening' and warned people to 'shelter in place'. Coastal flood warnings were also in effect from Massachusetts to Delaware.

The region is being hit by blizzards and 60mph winds while a state of emergency has been declared in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Maryland. A worker clears snow in Times Square this morning as snow continues to fall
The region is being hit by blizzards and 60mph winds while a state of emergency has been declared in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Maryland. A worker clears snow in Times Square this morning as snow continues to fall

Race against time: Snow plows were working overtime in a bid to clear the streets of snow before rush hour this morning. This was the scene in Times Square early on Tuesday morning
Race against time: Snow plows were working overtime in a bid to clear the streets of snow before rush hour this morning. This was the scene in Times Square early on Tuesday morning



Whiteout: This was the scene looking out across Hartford in Connecticut overnight as thick snow swept in across the area
Whiteout: This was the scene looking out across Hartford in Connecticut overnight as thick snow swept in across the area

A woman uses an umbrella as she crosses a snow-covered street as the winter storm swept through Philadelphia in Pennsylvania overnight
A woman uses an umbrella as she crosses a snow-covered street as the winter storm swept through Philadelphia in Pennsylvania overnight

Illinois State Police say snowy weather conditions caused two crashes on a Chicago expressway (pictured) as the blizzard moved in last night that involved a total of 34 cars
Illinois State Police say snowy weather conditions caused two crashes on a Chicago expressway (pictured) as the blizzard moved in last night that involved a total of 34 cars

Police in Chicago say both crashes happened in the same area and the express lanes were closed for hours. A crash victim was seen being stretchered to a nearby ambulance as emergency crews worked at the scene
Police in Chicago say both crashes happened in the same area and the express lanes were closed for hours. A crash victim was seen being stretchered to a nearby ambulance as emergency crews worked at the scene

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