Weather Agencies have advised that up tp 100 million Americans have been affected in recent days due to the extreme weather brought by the "Bomb Cyclone" which recently hit the east coast of the US.
Temperatures as low as -38c in Mount Washington with wind chills making it feel like -68c.
A 3 foot tidal surge brought on by the weather along the Massachusetts coast was the highest recorded in nearly a century causing flooding to many residents in that area.
Residents of Boston and its suburbs were cleaning up on Saturday after the tide that came in on Thursday, flooding streets and forcing some residents to be evacuate as the water started to freeze.
The monster storm that dumped more than a foot of snow across 10 states and deluged streets in Massachusetts with icy water is now bringing strong northwest winds and frigid arctic air to the region.
Six deaths were reported in Wisconsin, four in Texas, three in North Carolina, two in Virginia and one each in Ohio, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, North Dakota, New York and South Carolina.
And with 450 flights canceled across the country Saturday this lead to more than 6500 delays for travelers trying to get home or get out.
The weather is predicted to get milder in the coming days but still remains very cold and people are asked to only travel is necessary and check on neighbors.