Snow, ice and a giant ice storm in New York

A massive snowstorm has caused a massive blackout and flooded parts of New York City, shutting down thousands of businesses.

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said the snowstorm that hit the New York boroughs of Queens and Brooklyn last night has caused some serious damage.

“This storm has made our roads, bridges, streets, power plants and thousands of homes inaccessible,” de Blasio told reporters in Manhattan.

“There have been some really devastating injuries and fatalities.”

Mr de Blasio also warned that the snowfall could be worse, if the wind carries it into parts of the city.

“The streets are very slippery, the roads are slippery, we are in the middle of a winter storm, so we need to be cautious,” he said.

“It’s going to be a very difficult week and we need everybody to be safe and to get to work.”

Mr Obama said the storm brought with it heavy snowfall in some areas.

“We have got some really heavy snow,” he told reporters on the South Lawn of the White House.

“I think we’ve got the heaviest snowfalls on record on the East Coast.”

Our storm surge has been incredible, and I think we’ll have the strongest storm surge of any hurricane in the Atlantic.

“President Donald Trump tweeted on Sunday night:”This is going to end badly.

Massive snowstorm, winds reaching 100mph, flooding in NYC and other areas.

WATCH: WATCH: Storm surge, wind surge as Hurricane Maria approaches Puerto Rico”He later tweeted that his administration would send a team to Puerto Rico to assess the storm’s impact.

Mr Trump also tweeted that the President was working to get the storm under control, and said the National Guard was on standby in Puerto Rico.”

As I have said from the beginning of this emergency, the President will lead an all-out effort to get this storm undercontrol as quickly as possible.

The President and his team are working tirelessly to get our citizens back to work and protect our communities,” Mr Trump said.

He later added: “This is the most dangerous time in our country’s history.

The storm has moved rapidly and the damage is massive.

The President also said the White, Blue and Gold flags of the United States of America would be flown at half mast over the White and Blue Houses, along with the flag of Puerto Rico in the sky above the Capitol.”

All Americans are asked to stay home, stay indoors, and do what they can to help.”

The President also said the White, Blue and Gold flags of the United States of America would be flown at half mast over the White and Blue Houses, along with the flag of Puerto Rico in the sky above the Capitol.

The President was due to meet with the governor of Puerto Rican territory in Washington DC on Sunday.

In New York, hundreds of thousands of residents were without power for hours on Saturday night as temperatures hit an all time high of 50 degrees Fahrenheit (11 degrees Celsius).

Aerial images showed the city was covered in white and blue as far north as New York State, with winds gusting up to 80mph (131 kph).

The storm also caused the city to record record snowfall of 5.5 inches (16 centimeters) at the height of the storm.

“At this time, there is an emergency in New Jersey.

New Jersey has a state of emergency,” Governor Chris Christie said on Saturday.”

Stay off the roads and keep your windows closed.

Stay off the sidewalks.

Don’t go outside,” he added.

President Donald J. Trump speaks during a news conference with U.S. President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump in the Oval Office of the US Capitol in Washington, DC, U.K., October 3, 2018.

Reuters/Yuri GripasPresident Donald trump told reporters that the storm could be even worse.

“If the storm is strong enough, it could even be worse than that,” he wrote on Twitter.

“Doing my best to get everything back up to speed as quickly and as safely as possible,” he later added.

The president said he was trying to find a way to bring everyone back to the White Houses as soon as possible, but that it would be very hard.

“Some of the roads in NYC are so slippery, people have been going up on their roofs,” he tweeted.

“In fact, a guy just died of snow in front of my house.

People are trying to get home.”

He also told reporters at the White Senate he had called the governor and asked him to expedite the evacuation order in the city, but was told it would take weeks.

“He didn’t want to do it, he said, but the storm was getting so heavy, he thought he’d have to go up there,” Mr de Blasio added.

New Yorkers were also advised to check their phone bills and get emergency help if needed.

The National Guard, which normally deploys to help states and territories in times of emergencies, was on the move from Fort Benning in Georgia to New York on Saturday