Hooo boy, we're in to day something of cranking conditions on the east coast of the USA, as the third nor'easter in 11 days delivers pumping, flawless tubes for NJ.
If you need a refresher, go HERE to see Skelly Bay come to the east coast and then HERE for all things Winter Storm Riley - the right coast can't cop a break right now. And the latest is Winter Storm Skylar that had been spinning off the coastline over the past few days, helping deliver neatly packaged kegs onto the shores of New Jersey and further afield.
But these nor'easters are no joke. In just two weeks, three storms have blasted the coast, killing at lease nine people and knocking out power to 2.4 million homes.
Skylar's fading out but not before managing to fully saturate New England with a heavy dusting of snow. The storm's trajectory will see it light up parts of the Caribbean over the next few days. But that might not yet be it for the east coast, as the charts are looking above average for the next few days.
Meanwhile gorge on these inch-perfect tubes from Tuesday, all snapped from the lens of Shawn Casey aka Yewwville. Enjoy.