In Atlanta, the usually warm metropolis encountered its second major snowstorm of 2014.
In Raleigh, N.C., Gov. Patrick McCrory (R) said his state had been dealing with treacherous highway conditions throughout the day.
In Philadelphia, Mayor Michael Nutter (D) closed city offices, and the SEPTA transit system ground to a halt as snow piled up around a remarkably desolate Penn Square.
A little farther north and east, Sixth Avenue in New York City was much a similar sight.
Thursday morning, that area became Watters’ World, as O’Reilly Factor correspondent Jesse Watters headed outside to interview the public about the Nor’Easter gripping the region.