Instagram user bakedsardines
It seems like the only story anyone's talking about today - Hurricane Sandy is headed for the U.S. north-east, and no one knows exactly what's going to happen.
Several U.S. states have declared emergencies, schools are closed, and transport services have been suspended.
Battery Park from Twitter user @NewYorkist
New York City is basically shut down. According to reports, the 50,000 taxis that roam the streets of New York are nowhere to be seen, and the NYC subway has been shut down since Sunday night at 7 p.m.
Instagram user Mariii3d
In Canada, meanwhile, officials are warning anyone in the path of the storm to be ready to go without power for at least 72 hours, and forecasters say some areas of the country could see more than 50 millimetres of rain and winds of up to 100 km/h.
Instagram user Gleuch
According to the Weather Network, as many as 23 million Canadians could be affected by Sandy. That's 70 percent of our population.
Hundreds of flights have been cancelled to and from Eastern Canada, and heavy rainfall is expected as early as this afternoon in Ontario, this evening in Quebec, and Tuesday morning in the Maritimes.
Instagram user Cirocboyzeke
If you want to keep tabs on Sandy online, there are a number of webcams showing the progress of the storm. You can watch the weather in Times Square right here, and the New York Times has a webcam set up in their building that shoots a pic every minute.
Instagram user Jamesnord
Plus, there's this camera, set up in the offices of Brooklyn web designers Oak Studios, which is streaming video of the gathering storm.
And unsurprisingly, social media networks are lighting up with photographs of the storm's effects. Check out a few more below, and to get updates on the storm as it develops, you can follow @HurricanePhotos on Twitter.
Flooding at the NYC Department of Sanitation from Twitter user @Megrobertson
Instagram user Shelbyholliday
Twitter user @KathyOrrCBS3: 'Officials in Ocean City, NJ "the ocean has met the bay, we have never seen anything like this"'
Twitter user @TVMarci: 'I've seen plenty of people kayak down residential streets after a storm, never *before'
Twitter user @AnonymousPress: 'No jumping today kids! -> Trampoline hanging on electrical cables (Milford Connecticut)'
Twitter user @cschweitz: 'More from the Larchmont Shore Club (Larchmont, New York) #sandy'