Here it is. They can't stop laughing at New Yorkers in Minnesota, where they have these "snowmagedons" every other day during winter—but show this picture from NOAA's GOES-13 satellite to the former, and we will run away, screaming and looting supermarkets:
The satellite image, captured at 9:01 a.m. EST, shows clouds associated with the western frontal system stretching from Canada through the Ohio and Tennessee valleys, into the Gulf of Mexico. The comma-shaped low pressure system located over the Atlantic, east of Virginia, is forecast to merge with the front and create a powerful nor'easter. The National Weather Service expects the merged storm to move northeast and drop between two to three feet of snow in parts of New England.
Have fun, kids! [NASA]