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    A sudden snow storm created near white-out conditions Sunday afternoon along Interstate 70 in Kansas near Bonner Springs. More than 40 cars slammed into and on top of each other. Here, Curt Annis and other emergency personnel begin to untangle the wreckage.
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    A snow storm in Kansas City caused a section of I-70 to be shut down for several hours because of a 40 car pile up that sent 14 people to the hospital, but no one had life-threatening injuries.
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    The roof of the Rostraver Ice Garden in Rostraver, Pa. partially collapsed Sunday afternoon because of heavy snow. The ice was being resurfaced during a youth hockey tournament at the time and no one was injured.
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    The partially collapsed roof of the Rostraver Ice Garden is shown on Sunday afternoon, Feb. 14, 2010 in Rostraver, Pa.
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    Schoolchildren visiting Washington from Hancock Day School in Savannah, Ga. play in the snow in a park in front of the White House.
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    A woman walks on the National Mall near the U.S. Capitol as the second snow storm in four days, begins to fall in Washington.
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    The final Southwest Airlines fliights to leave Chicago taxi to runways after Southwest stopped all flights at Chicago's Midway International Airport as forecasters say a winter storm is expected to bring up to a foot of snow to parts of Illinois., Tuesday. Southwest says it has canceled more than 140 flights at Midway through the end of Tuesday and expects to resume service Wednesday.
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    Ricki Ghani, left, and Eric Brannon clear snow from sidewalks around Festival Hall Park in Racine, Wis. as snow sweeps across southeastern Wisconsin Tuesday.
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    A snowman is seen in front of the U.S. Captiol in Washington. The east coast braced for a new storm after record snowfall left thousands of people shivering in the dark without power, transportation paralyzed and the federal government shut down. The city remained largely snow-locked, while many local governments, businesses and schools were also shuttered across the mid-Atlantic region.
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    A historic snowfall that dumped more than two feet of snow on the nation's capitol Feb. 5 and 6 brought out at least 2,000 people for a snowball fight in Dupont Circle.
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    The Dupont Circle battle attracted curious Washingtonians of all ages at noon Feb. 6. The crowd, likely experiencing cabin fever after being cooped up at home for 24 hours of constant snowfall, lobbed snowballs in every direction.
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    The snowstorm was record-breaking in many areas surrounding Washington, D.C. At Washington Dulles International Airport, more than 32 inches of snow fell, nine more inches than the famed blizzard of 1996.
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    The Dupont Circle contest was the largest organized snowball fight in the area. News of the big battle traveled not only by word of mouth, but also on Twitter, Facebook and other social networking sites.
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    David Bailey shovels his sidewalk on U St. in northwest Washington, D.C., Saturday, Feb. 6, 2010, as snow continued to fall in the Washington area.
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    A street in Northwest Washington is covered with snow, Saturday, Feb. 6, 2010, as snow continued to fall in the Washington area.
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    Kirk Jennings clears a path through the snow during a snowstorm in Washington, D.C.
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    For many corners of the globe, 2009-2010 has been a cold, wet and snowy winter. It's one thing to scrape your car's windows but what about this Afghan man seen cycling through Kabul during a snowfall?
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    An old man takes photos with his cell phone in Ajloun, 35 miles north of the Jordanian capital city of Amman. Jordan witnessed heavy snows the first week in February 2010. The storm reached even the mostly desert southern part of the kingdom.
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    A frozen rose plant is seen in a garden in Ain Jdideh village, east of Beirut. Lebanon faced its coldest winter spell this season with heavy snowfall at the start of February 2010 blocking roads and covering mountain peaks.
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    The sun rises over trees with snow clinging to its branches, in Fort Washington, Md., on Feb. 3, 2010, after a winter storm left up to six inches of snow in the Washington area and days before a much larger storm walloped the region.
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    A robin looks for berries as snow clings to the branches of the trees after that first Washington-area storm in February 2010.
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    A view of Volcanoes of Colima National Park, which was closed at the start of February 2010 because of a heavy snowfall recorded after the passing of a cold front in Colima, Mexico.
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    Heavy rain begins near Paraiso subway station, in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Feb. 3, 2010, was the 43rd consecutive day of heavy rains, which left 70 people dead and thousands homeless amid hundreds of flooded areas, especially in the eastern outskirts of the metropolis.
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    Giant panda bear Tai Shan reaches of a snow-covered bamboo branch at the Smithsonian National Zoological Park in Washington, D.C. on Feb. 3, 2010, which was also Tai Shan's last day at the zoo before being shipped to the Chengdu Panda Breeding Research Center in China. He was born at the zoo in 2005. Under a deal between China and the U.S., all giant pandas originally from China are only on loan to foreign zoos and any cubs they produce must all return to China eventually.
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    Who said it's a winter wonderland out there. For many people around the world, the new year has also brought bone-chilling temperatures. Here, soldiers return to duty at the tomb of unknown soldier during heavy snow falls in Warsaw, Poland, on Jan. 6. Poland has recently seen a bout of winter weather with temperatures as low as minus 15 degrees Celius.
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    Participants in a sledge race compete in the southern German town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen as winter weather continues in Germany with more snowfall forecast and very low temperatures for the next few days.
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    A girl holds a piece of ice from the Trafalgar Square fountain on Jan. 5 in London. The Christmas period has been the coldest for 25 years with temperatures as low as -17C being recorded. Commuters and air passengers faced long delays today as the continued frigid temperatures grip the country.
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    A sheep draws a sled on a frozen lake in Beijing. The biggest snowfall in nearly 60 years has blanketed Beijing as snow storms hit regions of China. China's Central Meteorological Station has issued an orange alert warning that most areas in north, central and east China would see temperature drops ranging from -8 to -12 degrees Celsius.
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    A melting icicle hanging from a roof is seen during a heavy snowfall in Budapest.
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    Shane Wilkinson drives his team of Siberian Huskies on an early morning training run on a snowy road near in Wilton southern England. Britain endured more travel chaos Wednesday as snow blanketed much of the country, with airports shut, roads closed and train journeys cancelled.
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    The statue of Northern Ireland's first prime minister Edward Carson dominates the vista as people enjoy a walk in the snow in the grounds of Stormont estate, Belfast, Northern Ireland. Severe weather has continued to cause havoc across many parts of Northern Ireland.
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    Icicles cling to oranges in Lakeland, Fla. Farmers spray their crops to help protect them against the cold temperatures. Temperatures in the area dipped into the mid-20's, and farmers are working to salvage millions of dollars' worth of strawberries and other crops.
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    Dairy cows graze in a frozen pasture on a foggy morning in Cota, on the outskirts of Bogota. Freezes affect crops during the dry season's first months of the year when temperatures in Colombia's highlands are high during the day but drop bellow zero at night.
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    Monkeys cuddle together to warm themselves during a cold and foggy morning at the Dhaka zoo, in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Six cold wave related deaths have been reported in the country and some districts in the north have reported an outbreak of cold related diseases.
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