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Snowstorms Slam the U.S.

The storm that began Friday closed schools, and around 230,000 federal workers in Washington had Monday and Tuesday off. Power was still out for tens of thousands of homes and businesses, and utilities said deep snow was hindering some crews trying to fix damaged power lines before the next storm hits.

Snowstorm Slams Mid-Atlantic

Feb. 8: A snowman sits in the middle of a road in Mountain Home, Ark. Snow fell over northern Ark., Monday, with some areas receiving nearly 10 inches. 

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Snowstorm Slams Mid-Atlantic

Feb. 8: Fresh snow covered the ice and the trees near Stony Brook in Fritz Loven Park in Lake Shore, Minn. The trout stream remains open throughout the winter providing a break from the frozen landscape. 

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Snowstorm Slams Mid-Atlantic

Feb. 9: A snow-covered dock extends over a frozen pond in Carmel, Ind.  

Snow accumulations of 5 to 7 inches are expected in Central Indiana.

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Snowstorm Slams Mid-Atlantic

Feb. 7: The Marine Corp Memorial of Iwo Jima is juxtaposed against the Washington Monument under morning sun in Arlington, Va. after a blizzard. Residents of the U.S. capital and nearby states are faced Sunday with the prospect of digging out of more than two feet of snow in some areas. 

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Snowstorm Slams Mid-Atlantic

Feb. 7: Eugene Wilson, 82, of Washington uses a broom to dig his Lincoln Towncar out of the snow in his Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington, after it was buried by a blizzard that crippled the city.

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Snowstorm Slams Mid-Atlantic

Feb. 7: Ali Pirzaden digs out his car as his Portuguese Water Dog Averi looks on in Bethesda, Md., outside Washington. Cities in the Mid-Atlantic U.S. awoke Sunday to below-freezing temperatures and piles of wet, heavy snow while power crews tried to restore electricity to hundreds of thousands of homes.

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Snowstorm Slams Mid-Atlantic

Feb. 7: A snow version of the U.S. Capitol appears on the National Mall juxtaposed with the original in Washington, after a blizzard blanketed the city.

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Snow Slams Mid-Atlantic

Feb. 6: A person walks down the driveway of the White House in Washington, early Saturday morning, as snow continued to fall in the Washington area. 

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Snow Slams Mid-Atlantic

Feb. 6: Before sunrise a person crosses Broad Street during a winter snow storm in Philadelphia.

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Snow Slams Mid-Atlantic

Feb. 6: A worker plows snow to clear a sidewalk in Lafayette Park, across from the White House in Washington, early Saturday morning, as snow continued to fall in the Washington area. 

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Snow Slams Mid-Atlantic

Feb. 5: The Ulysses S. Grant Memorial is seen in front of the Capitol in Washington, as snow falls in Washington. Life in the nation's capital ground to a halt Friday as steady snow fell, the beginning of a storm that forecasters said could be the biggest in modern history.

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Snow Slams Mid-Atlantic

Feb. 5: The Lincoln Monument is seen during a snowstorm in Washington. A massive snow storm has hit the region with as much as 30 inches of snow to fall by Saturday night. 

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Snow Slams Mid-Atlantic

Feb. 5: A snow plow clears snow near Lake Montebello in Baltimore.

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Snow Slams Mid-Atlantic

Feb. 5: Snow covers the Korean War Veterans Memorial in Washington. Life in the nation's capital ground to a halt Friday as steady snow fell, the beginning of a storm that forecasters said could be the biggest in modern history. 

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Maryland Frosted Over

Feb. 3: The sun rises over snow-covered trees in Fort Washington, Md., after a winter storm left up to six inches of snow in the Washington area.

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From on High

Feb. 5: This NOAA satellite image shows dense cloud cover across the eastern half of the country as a strong storm system develops in the Southeast. This storm will bring a significant winter weather event to the Mid-Atlantic over the weekend.

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Plows Push Through South Dakota

Jan. 29: A plow truck drives down a 4-mile-long trench to reach two broken wires north of South Dakota's Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe reservation following power and water outages caused by an ice storm. Hundreds of people in rural areas remained without power for days.

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Snow's a Drag

Jan. 30: Ice encrusts power lines in Eagle Butte, S.D. A powerful ice storm hit on Jan. 20, downing power lines, icing roads and causing water outages, leaving thousands without electricity.

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Snow Covers North Carolina

Feb.1: Debbie and Chuck Kennedy walk across a snow-covered field at Jackson Park in Hendersonville, N.C. The area received around 10 inches of snow from a winter storm over the weekend.

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Frostbite

Feb. 3: A rower makes her way down the Schuylkill River after a snowstorm in Philadelphia.

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Snow Afield

Feb. 3: A man walks past a field by a set of row houses in Philadelphia following a snowstorm in the city.

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Santa Fe Snow

Feb. 3: Rudy Enriquez shovels snow outside the New Mexico Capitol in Santa Fe, N.M. A storm moving through New Mexico created extra work for road crews and police as wet snow caused intermittent highway closures and dozens of crashes on slick and icy roads.

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New Mexico Snowstorm

Feb. 3: Visitors to the New Mexico Capitol walk in the snow in Santa Fe, N.M.

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Inconvenient for Some, Fun for Others

Feb. 3: Logan, 8, right, and Connor, 4, chase their father, Matt Guy, around Terrazas Park in the Ventana Ranch area of Albuquerque, N.M. Ventana Ranch got approximately three inches of snow.

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The Frozen Soldier

Feb. 3: The bronze flag-raisers of the Marine Corps War Memorial in Arlington, Va. are framed by snow-draped tree limbs, after roughly five inches of snow blanketed the Washington metropolitan area.

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Snowstorms Slam the U.S.

The storm that began Friday closed schools, and around 230,000 federal workers in Washington had Monday and Tuesday off. Power was still out for tens of thousands of homes and businesses, and utilities said deep snow was hindering some crews trying to fix damaged power lines before the next storm hits.

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