Winter Wallops East Coast

Another major winter storm is hitting the East Coast. This time the storm reached from the DC to New York City. Check out these great photos fro up and down the East Coast.

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A boy goes airborne as sledders ride the hills of the Mountain View School in Morris Plains, N.J., On Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2010. Rain, sleet and snow pelted New Jersey on Wednesday, turning the state largely homebound during the first major weekday snowfall of the winter and the first to affect northern New Jersey.
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Children play in New York's Central Park during a snow storm, Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2010.
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A man walks past rows of snow covered trucks at the Vince Lombardi service area on the New Jersey Turnpike in Ridgefield, N.J., Wednesday.
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A taxi kicks up slush on a snowy road Wednesday morning in the Midtown area of New York City. Another massive snowstorm struck the east coast. Check out these great weather photos from up and down the East Coast.
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Ground crews work to clear the tarmac as a plane is moved away from the gate at LaGuardia airport Wednesday in New York City.
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People walk through an early morning snowstorm February 10, 2010 on the east side of Manhattan in New York.
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Trisket, right, and Sailor play in the snow in the Brooklyn borough of New York during a winter snow storm Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2010.
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A pedestrian walks across Fuller Place in the Brooklyn borough of New York City Wedneday.
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Early morning commuters walk walk on Delancey Street, Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2010 in New York. A blizzard was expected to drop 10 to 15 inches of snow on the metropolitan area.
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A woman huddles under a hood in the wind and snow February 10, 2010 in the Midtown area of New York City.
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Early morning pedestrians walk through snow in New York's Times Square early Wednesday morning. Check out these great weather photos from up and down the East Coast.
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A crew of shovelers begins to clear the snow in New York's Times Square, Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2010.
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People help to free a cab stuck in the snow during a winter storm in Philadelphia Wednesday.
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Boys in West Philadelphia walk with snow shovels looking for work on Wednesday as a second major winter storm bears down on the area.
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A Department of Transportation snowplow train works to clear Interstate 81 during a blizzard in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Wednesday.
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Samara Davis laughs as she tries to navigate while crossing a snow-choked street in west Philadelphia Wednesday Feb. 10, 2010. A major winter storm is bearing down on the area Wednesday. (AP Photo/Jacqueline Larma)
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Matt Levy clears snow from his car before going to work, during a winter storm in Philadelphia, Wednesday.
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A city truck plows snow from the street during a winter storm in Philadelphia, Wednesday morning.
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Interstate 95 is void of traffic during the morning commute and a winter storm in Philadelphia Wednesday morning.
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A bull covered in snow looks up as he eats straw put out for him during a winter storm in Marysville, Pennsylvania Wednesday morning.
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Peace protestor Concepcion Picciotto sits in the snow as she continues her 24-hour-a-day peace vigil in Lafayette Park across from the White House. Picciotto, an immigrant from Spain who has been active with her peace vigil since 1981, said she has been sleeping under a plastic tarp during the recent snow storms.
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Pedestrians walk in the snow down the middle of an empty Pennsylvania Avenue in downtown Washington, Wednesday morning.
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Snow continues to fall on Thomas Circle in Washington, DC Wednesday.
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Architect of the U.S. Capitol Maintenance Division employee Ricardo Cardwell shovels snow on the steps of the Capitol, Wednesday morning.
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John McGreevy uses his cross country skis to get to work as the skis down Constitution Avenue in Washington Wednesday.
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Icicles hang from the front porch of a home in Bethesda, Maryland., outside of Washington, Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2010, as another snow storm hit the area.
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A pedestrian navigates the snow covered streets of downtown Washington in the early morning hours of Wednesday, Feb. 10.
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A pedestrian walks down Pennsylvania Ave., in front of the White House as the snow continues to fall in the morning hours in Washington, Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2010.
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Chris Strader, left, and Rob Larson, unload a new shipment of shovels after being sold out at Frager's Hardware in Washington, on Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2010. A massive snow storm hit the region Friday and Saturday, dumping 2 feet of snow in some places and a foot more may be expected for Wednesday. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
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The statue of President Abraham Lincoln sits at the Lincoln Memorial as the snow falls in Washington early Wednesday morning.
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In near white-out conditions, John Johnson tries to clear snow from an Exxon parking lot on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, Dc early Wednesday morning.
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A snow covered bicycle is seen on the empty downtown street of Washington, Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2010, as another snow storm hit the Washington area.
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Nina Quizado, 10, rides a sled downhill through the snow in Waynesboro, Virginia.
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Eric Morris, left, and Billy Rowe, center, both Waynesboro, Va. public works employees, help police officer Patrick Scott push a motorist from a snow drift in Waynesboro, Virginia.
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A woman digs her car out of the snow in Chevy Chase, Maryland. Residents along the mid-Atlantic coast began digging out from under a thick blanket of snow Sunday after a record-breaking blizzard paralyzed the area.
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Workers clean snow near a metro station in Silver Spring, Maryland. Hundreds of emergency crews battled to clear snow-clogged roads and restore power to thousands of homes across the mid-Atlantic region.
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A snowboarder flies down a hill at Huntingtown High School on February 7, 2010 in Huntingtown, Maryland.
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A snow plow tries to clear roads amidst pedestrians and traffic on streets in Rossyln, Virginia., across the Potomac River from the Georgetown section of Washington, DC.
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A woman clears snow off of her car one day after a major snow storm, Sunday, Feb. 7, 2010, in Philadelphia.
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John Grabel clears snow in a townhouse development in Frederick, Maryland.
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An off ramp is seen covered with snow during a winter storm in Baltimore, Maryland.
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Two public telephones are caked in snow and ice along the Boardwalk in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
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The White House steps are still covered in snow.
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Barbara Ricker digs out her car the day following a record winter storm, Sunday, Feb. 7, 2010, in Philadelphia.
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A woman walks on the National Mall by the Reflecting Pool during the worst snowstorm to hit the Washington, DC area in 90 years.
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John McClure attempts to slide down the snow covered steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art on a baking sheet as Annika Eiremo looks on.
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Hundreds of people turned up for a massive snowball fight in DuPont Circle in Washington, Saturday, Feb. 6, 2010, after an intense snowfall blanketed the nation's capital and much of the Mid Atlantic region.
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The event was organized through Facebook and other social networking sites after the so-called "snowmaggedan" hit the Nation's capital.
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Dogs Josie, left, and Roxy, right, play in the snow outside South Philadelphia High School.
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Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) employees shovel snow outside a subway entrance during Saturday's storm.
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People work to free an ambulance that was stuck in the snow with a patient in the back in Philadelphia on Saturday.
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15-month-old Lucas Rios, is pulled in a makeshift sled by his father on Saturday in Philadelphia.
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Local kids walk in the snow on Saturday in Alexandria, Virginia.
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President Barack Obama's motorcade waits to take him to the Democratic National Committee winter meeting in a heavy snow on the south driveway of the White House in Washington, DC on Saturday. The region is expected to get anywhere from 18 inches to 30 inches of snow before the storm moves on.
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Children brave the cold as the storm wages on in Philadelphia on Saturday.
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A hanger collapsed early Saturday morning at Dulles International Airport. Officials believe the collapse was due to the weight of snow on its roof.
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A major storm slammed into the Mid-Atlantic on Friday evening. The storm was dubbed the "snowpocalypse" throughout the region. Snow plows had already begun to clear snow near Lake Montebello in Baltimore Friday night.
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A steady blanket of snow fell on the city streets of Philadelphia Friday night into Saturday morning, also covering the ground in Washington, D.C., Connecticut and the rest of the mid-Atlantic region
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Antoinette Kirby pushes a full cart of groceries she bought in Arlington, Virginia. The Washington DC area is under a winter storm warning and the region is expected to get one to two feet of snow.
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A women walks with two dogs past the Washington Monument on February 5, 2010 in Washington, DC.
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A warning sign is seen on I-66 near Centreville, Virginia.
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Snow plows from the Virginia Department of Transportation wait on the shoulder of a highway for their turns to apply treatments on the roadway.
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Snow plows from the Virginia Department of Transportation wait on the shoulder of a highway for their turns to apply treatments on the roadway in Alexandria, Virginia.
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Snow plows wait in line alongside I-95/495 in Alexandria, Virginia.
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Snow removal equipment sits ready to work at Reagan National Airport on February 5, 2010 in Arlington, Virginia.
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Cars and trucks drive past snow covered trees on southbound I-81 near exit 141, Salem, Virginia.
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A grounds keeper shovels snow off the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court as the huge snowstorm starts to engulf the Washington, DC, area.
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A resident of a condominium walks past a sign urging caution during the start of the winter storm in Richmond, Virginia.
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Caren Smith of Baltimore, pushes her cart full of groceries over 10 blocks to her house through a steady snowfall during a winter storm in Baltimore, Maryland.
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A man walks through Burdick Park in Baltimore as snow falls Friday, Feb. 5, 2010.
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An empty open-top double-decker tour bus drives near the Capitol in Washington as snow fell in the Washington area.
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Sophie, a labradoodle owned by Bill Lewis of Staunton, Virginia, walks in the snow near Lambert Street on Friday, Feb. 5, 2010. The National Weather Service is forecasting total snowfall of 18-28 inches in the Shenandoah Valley.
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Flight schedule screens display many cancellations due to snow at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport in Linthicum, Maryland.
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A pedestrian walks in the snow through McPherson Square in Washington, Friday, Feb. 5, 2010, during the storm.
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Snow begins to accumulate outside a restaurant in Gainsville, Virginia Friday afternoon.
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A man looks out of a terminal window at Reagan National Airport in Arlington, Virginia. Most afternoon flights have been canceled due to the in-coming snow storm.
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Employees of the Architect of the U.S. Capitol shovel snow and ice from the steps of the Capitol building in Washington, DC.
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A woman passes by an almost empty shelf for gallon water in a grocery store February 5, 2010 in Alexandria, Virginia. The Washington DC area is expecting up to two feet of snow.
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People wait in line to rent DVD movies from a vending machine outside a Seven-Eleven as the storm advances.
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A sign outside a store along Route 1 in Alexandria, Virginia advertises ice melt. The region's second snow storm in less than two months could be "extremely dangerous," and heavy, wet snow and strong winds threatened to knock out power, the National Weather Service said.
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Lauren and Whit Ellerman of Roanoke, Va., walk their labrador retrievers Gracie and Atticus in the snow in South Roanoke, Virginia on Friday.
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A Delta airplane is de-iced at Washington's Ronald Reagan National Airport, Friday.
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A Marine stands sentry as the snow falls while President Barack Obama works in the West Wing of the White House in Washington on Friday, Feb. 5, 2010.
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A driver checks his truck as it was about to be reloaded with chemicals and abrasives at the Virginia Dept. of Transportation Winchester Complex just west of Winchester on Friday.
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People walk in the snow past the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington, DC.
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Pedestrians walk down Central Avenue in Staunton, Virginia on Friday, Feb. 5, 2010. The National Weather Service is forecasting total snowfall of 18-28 inches in the Shenandoah Valley.
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A pedestrian walks through Capitol Square in front of the State Capitol in Richmond, Virginia. A winter storm, which is expected to dump up to two feet of snow in parts of the state, closed the General Assembly session.
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People walk on a street under a snowfall in Washington, DC, on February 5, 2010. A major snowstorm bore down on the US capital, prompting schools and government offices to close.
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People wait for bus under a snowfall in Washington, DC. A major snowstorm bore down on the U.S. capital, prompting schools and government offices to close and panicked shoppers to ransack supermarkets of everything from Super Bowl snacks to sidewalk salt.
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Cyclists make their way under a beginning snowfall in Washington, DC.
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Police and fire crews shut down U.S. 64 in Laurel Park, North Carolina on Friday Feb. 5, 2010 after a tree fell across the road onto power lines, knocking out power to the area. A winter storm produced snow, sleet and ice in the area.
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Shoppers walk past empty meat cases at a Giant grocery store in Washington, on Friday just hours before a massive snow storm was expected to hit the area.
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Shoppers wait in the check out line at a packed Giant grocery store in Washington as a massive snow storm bears down on the area.
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Myles Nelson, 8, left, and his sister Leila Nelson, 5, hold a snow sled as their mother buys supplies in preparation for this weekends expected snow storm at Frager's Hardware in Washington DC.
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Thonya Nelson buys snow sleds with her children Myles Nelson, 8, left, and Leila Nelson, 5, in preparation for Friday and Saturday's expected snow storm.
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Pat Cammarata of Parkville, Md. buys de-icing chemicals at a local hardware store in Baltimore Friday in preparation for the massive snow storm expected to hit the area.
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Snow sits on top of a sculpture in front of No. 7 World Trade Center February 3, 2010 in lower Manhattan. More snow is expected to hit New York this weekend.
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A pedestrian walks past the entrance to Crown Hill Cemetery as snow falls in Indianapolis.
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Crossing guard and school teacher Janice White, keeps a close watch on cars and children as school is recessed for the day and a combination of snow and rain begin to fall in Springfield, Illinois.
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An abandoned grocery cart sits in a snow covered parking lot on the south side of Indianapolis.
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People walk along in a snow fall Friday night, Feb. 5, 2010, as snowplows clear the Boardwalk in Atlantic City, N.J.
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