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  • Blizzard Pounds the East Coast

    Jon Yost snow blows his driveway outside of Massillon, Ohio Wednesday. His house sits on the corner of Snowy Owl Circle NW and Audubon St NW. A winter storm, the second in the past week, roared through northeast Ohio Tuesday night and dumped more snow on the region Wednesday.
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  • Blizzard Pounds the East Coast

    A woman uses her umbrella to shield herself from blowing snow in New York's Central Park.
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  • Blizzard Pounds the East Coast

    Sen. James Inhofe
  • Blizzard Pounds the East Coast

    Sen. James Inhofe
  • Blizzard Pounds the East Coast

    Vehicles attempt to pass tractor trailers that are stuck on the off ramp of Interstate 81 Northbound during blizzard conditions in Grantville Pa.
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  • Blizzard Pounds the East Coast

    A Pennsylvania Department of Transportation snow plow is stuck at the intersection of Indiantown Gap Road and Route 934 during blizzard conditions, in East Hanover Twp. Pa.
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  • Blizzard Pounds the East Coast

    Vicki Ziegler has snow blown back at her by the wind while shoveling at her home that was without power in Silver Spring, Md.
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  • Blizzard Pounds the East Coast

    Main Street in Annapolis, Md., is nearly deserted during a blizzard.
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  • Blizzard Pounds the East Coast

    A person holds an umbrella against the wind in Princeton, N.J., as a second big winter storm in four days hit the region. Forecasts called for most of the state to get more than a foot of fresh snow.
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  • Blizzard Pounds the East Coast

    Lady Gaga visits the set of Good Morning America, Feb. 10, 2010.
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  • Snow Storm

    Emily Tibbott skis past U.S. Capitol Police Officer Sean Whitehead, standing guard on Capitol Hill on Wednesday as more snow fell in the Washington area.
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  • Snow Storm

    A pedestrian walks down Pennsylvania Avenue, in front of the White House, as the snow continues to fall in the morning hours in Washington on Wednesday.
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  • Snow Storm

    Chris Strader, left, and Rob Larson, unload a new shipment of shovels after being sold out at Frager's Hardware in Washington, on Wednesday. A massive snow storm hit the region Friday and Saturday, dumping two feet of snow in some places and a foot more was expected for Wednesday.
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  • Snow Storm

    Leslie Ford, left, William Dixon and Jeff Gowen, far right, with the National Park Service, work on clearing a path in the snow in front of the Lincoln Memorial.
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  • Snow Storm

    In near white-out conditions, John Johnson tries to clear snow from an Exxon parking lot on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, in the second major snowstorm in less than a week for the region.
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  • Snow Storm

    Snow is cleared from Pennsylvania Avenue as a runner passes in front of the White House in Washington, DC. Already paralyzed after an epic weekend blizzard, the northeast U.S. including the capital Washington braced for a second storm set to dump enough snow to smash all-time winter records.
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  • Snow Storm

    A crew of shovelers begins to clear the snow in New York's Times Square on Wednesday. A blizzard is expected to drop 10 to 15 inches of snow on the metropolitan area Wednesday.
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  • Snow Storm

    Kia Brown pushes her daughter Kara's stroller down the street in Calumet Park, Ill. as a winter storm brought up to a foot of snow to parts of Illinois.
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  • Snow Storm

    Shane De Mayo, 15, shovels snow near an old church building, Tuesday in Cape May, N.J. Thousands of utility customers in Southern New Jersey remained without power as a second big winter storm in four days hit New Jersey.
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  • Snow Storm

    Pedestrians cross a snow-covered road in Washington. Federal government agencies in the capital region remained closed for a second day on Tuesday as residents braced for another blizzard while trying to clean up from a weekend storm that paralyzed the area with two feet of snow.
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  • Snow Storm

    A buggy makes its way along U.S.68 south of Maysville, Ky. Tuesday during a snowfall. The area received nearly five inches of new snow, which created hazardous driving conditions and closing schools.
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  • Snow Storm

    Bowling Green State University student Yanran Chen, of China, braves the snow while waiting for a bus, Tuesday, in Bowling Green, Ohio. The area received nearly four inches of new snow, which created hazardous driving conditions and closing schools.
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