In the path of nor'easter number four, millions of Americans from Maryland to New York hit with more than a foot of snow.
Violent winds and rain and deadly, slick roads, accidents and sidelined cars all over the place.
In New Jersey alone, at least 169 crashes were recorded, including a tractor-trailer that slid off the interstate, over the guardrail, and into trees.
Jim Wentzel, a Doylestown, PA resident, said "It's enough. It's enough of this nor'easter. How many...four?"
Though snow plows are no match for wet, slushy streets, The governor of New York even lent a hand helping one sidelined truck.