Residents living in the Maritimes were hit with a massive "weather bomb" on Friday night that left much of the land frozen.
Those in Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia documented the intense storm with pictures and videos that you had to see to believe.
The Weather Network reported soaking rains, heavy snow, blizzard conditions, ice and strong winds. Thousands were left without power following the event.
This was the second bomb cyclone Atlantic Canada received in the span of seven days. It now sets its sights on Newfoundland.
"Conditions will improve through the day as the weather bomb then sets its eyes on Newfoundland with similar impacts, but throw in heavy rainfall, as well, as the island remains on the warmer side of the storm," wrote the Weather Network.
The crew of Rescue 31 out early this morning assisting a stranded motorist at exit 11 on Highway 101. Most roads are impassible due to heavy snow/high winds. Unless you’re an essential worker, please stay off the roads and let @NS_PublicWorks plow crews do their jobs. #NSStorm pic.twitter.com/JGbSZ6JIZ4— Greenwich Fire (@Greenwich_Fire) January 15, 2022
We heard a loud bang in the middle of the night and found the source this morning. Yes it is lying on the power line connecting to our house, and @nspowerinc has been notified #NSStorm pic.twitter.com/XoYQ7f8WL5— Ashley is vaccinated ✌🏻💉 #adoptdontshop (@ashquinnw) January 15, 2022
For everyone out east, stay safe!