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From Diplomatic Storm to Snowstorm

The Eastern U.S. prepared for a harsh winter storm Saturday, as forecasts called for up to 20 inches of snow across the region, including Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and reaching up to New York -- even affecting President Obama's travel plans after a contentious climate change summit in Denmark.

Motorcade

Dec. 19: Vehicles in the presidential motorcade await the arrival of President Obama during a snow storm at Andrews Air Force Base, Md.

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Air Force One

Dec. 19: Air Force One with President Obama on board arrives during a snow storm at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., after returning from the climate conference in Copenhagen.

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Air Force One

Dec. 19: The presidential motorcade heads towards Air Force One to pick up President Obama during a snow storm at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., as he returned from the climate conference in Copenhagen. President Obama typically travels via Marine One helicopter from Andrews Air Force Base to the White House, but a motorcade was used due to inclement weather.

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White House

Dec. 19: Snow covers the North Lawn of the White House in Washington after President Obama returned from the climate conference in Copenhagen.

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White House

Dec. 19: A microphone and stand are covered with snow outside of the West Wing of the White House in Washington after President Obama's return from the climate conference in Copenhagen.

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White House

Dec. 19: Snow covers the North Lawn of the White House in Washington after President Obama's return from the climate conference in Copenhagen.

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From Diplomatic Storm to Snowstorm

The Eastern U.S. prepared for a harsh winter storm Saturday, as forecasts called for up to 20 inches of snow across the region, including Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and reaching up to New York -- even affecting President Obama's travel plans after a contentious climate change summit in Denmark.

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