On Saturday, NASA released a video of the historic snowstorm Nemo which hit the Northeast portion of the United States with a vengeance late last week and continued into the weekend. The video was recorded from a NASA satellite on Feb. 6 through Feb. 8 as it approached and settled in the devastated region.
The NASA video shows an outer-space-type view of the storm sweeping across the area which has devastated many persons in the region and has gotten public officials to order citizens to stay off the roads - to stay home.
The video shows movement of cloudiness from Texas across the southeast running up the mid-Atlantic coast. There is a second area of cloudiness which moved from the northern Plains through the Great Lakes into the northeast.
At this time, the storm is still leaving millions of people without power throughout the Northeastern part of the United States.