Snow storms continue to wreak havoc in the United States during the winter, the death toll has risen to 31.
According to a foreign news agency, more than 200,000 citizens in the United States are still without power, while more than 10,000 flights are still canceled and thousands are delayed.
In Buffalo, New York, the situation is dire, with 8 feet of snow so far, making travel difficult for people over Christmas.
200 National Guardsmen have been deployed for relief operations and emergency services are also unable to reach the worst-hit areas.
Temperatures have dropped to minus 45 degrees in the US state of Montana and the snow is just snow on the coast of the state of Michigan as park swings have been turned into snow sculptures.
On the other hand, the situation in Canada is disturbing due to snowfall.
Millions of people are without power in Ontario and Quebec, commuter trains between Toronto and Ottawa are grounded, flights are suspended in major cities, and road conditions are extremely poor.
Meanwhile, a passenger bus accident occurred on the highway of Western Canada in which 4 people were killed and 50 injured.