A severe snow storm hit New York, United States

A severe snow storm hit New York, United States. Wind gusts reaching 112 km/h forced thousands of migrants living in shelters to be evacuated. Officers evacuate thousands of migrants in the city of New York, United States.

At least 2,000 migrants moved to shelters in Brooklyn Tuesday local time. The migrants also brought along a number of their belongings and necessities. Migrants moved to new shelters after a severe storm hit New York City. The Central United States is facing a severe winter snowstorm, the first of its kind this year.

This condition causes heavy rain and strong winds with speeds reaching 112 km/hour. This storm marks the beginning of a change in pattern that could bring a winter weather system to hit the northeastern United States. It is predicted that the storm will occur until mid-January.