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A mailbox alongside an invisible street
Maryland, Germantown 2010 February 6
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The sun at last.
Maryland, Germantown 2010 February 6
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The sun at last.
Maryland, Germantown 2010 February 6
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The sun at last.
Maryland, Germantown 2010 February 6
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The sun at last.
Maryland, Germantown 2010 February 6
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A snow garland. The cohesivehess of the snow holds an otherwise unsupported ribbon of snow. A few hours later, this garland fell to the ground.
Maryland, Germantown 2010 February 7
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The third great storm of the winter of 2009/2010. This storm was a true blizzard with sustained winds of 35 mph or greater over much of the Mid-Atlantic region and areas acquiring for the third time between 1 and 3 feet of snow. About 10 miles north of this picture, 10-foot snow drifts stranded numerous motorists in the Frederick, Maryland, area.
Maryland, Germantown 2010 February 9
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The third great storm of the winter of 2009/2010. This storm was a true blizzard with sustained winds of 35 mph or greater over much of the Mid-Atlantic region and areas acquiring for the third time between 1 and 3 feet of snow. About 10 miles north of this picture, 10-foot snow drifts stranded numerous motorists in the Frederick, Maryland, area.
Maryland, Germantown 2010 February 9
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Trees high-lighted by break in clouds at sunset. Compare to image wea03810 for indication of visibility during blizzard of February 9-10 2010. Note houses seen behind trees in this image.
Maryland, Germantown 2009 November 27
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Blizzard of February 9-10 2010. Compare to image wea03809 for indication of how visibility has degraded. This storm was a true blizzard with sustained winds of 35mph or greater over much of the Mid-Atlantic region and areas acquiring for the third time between 1 and 3 feet of snow. 10-foot snow drifts were formed about 10-miles north of this image stranding many motorists near Frederick, MD.
Maryland, Germantown 2010 February 9
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The snowstorms of the winter of 2009-2010 were hard on pets as snow covered up their familiar areas for weeks at a time.
Maryland, Germantown 2010 February 9
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Dog making his way back up the steps to warmth inside during blizzard of February 9-10 2010. The snowstorms of the winter of 2009-2010 were hard on pets as snow covered up their familiar areas for weeks at a time.
Maryland, Germantown 2010 February 9
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Back inside dog waits for a little treat to cheer him up following a foray into the snow during the blizzard of February 9-10 2010. See images wea03811 and wea03812.
Maryland, Germantown 2010 February 9
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The third great storm of the winter of 2009/2010. This storm was a true blizzard with sustained winds of 35 mph or greater over much of the Mid-Atlantic region and areas acquiring for the third time between 1 and 3 feet of snow. About 10 miles north of this picture, 10-foot snow drifts stranded numerous motorists in the Frederick, Maryland, area.
Maryland, Germantown 2010 February 9
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The third great storm of the winter of 2009/2010. This storm was a true blizzard with sustained winds of 35 mph or greater over much of the Mid-Atlantic region and areas acquiring for the third time between 1 and 3 feet of snow. About 10 miles north of this picture, 10-foot snow drifts stranded numerous motorists in the Frederick, Maryland, area.
Maryland, Germantown 2010 February 9
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The third great storm of the winter of 2009/2010. This storm was a true blizzard with sustained winds of 35 mph or greater over much of the Mid-Atlantic region and areas acquiring for the third time between 1 and 3 feet of snow. About 10 miles north of this picture, 10-foot snow drifts stranded numerous motorists in the Frederick, Maryland, area.
Maryland, Germantown 2010 February 9
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The third great storm of the winter of 2009/2010. This storm was a true blizzard with sustained winds of 35 mph or greater over much of the Mid-Atlantic region and areas acquiring for the third time between 1 and 3 feet of snow. About 10 miles north of this picture, 10-foot snow drifts stranded numerous motorists in the Frederick, Maryland, area.
Maryland, Germantown 2010 February 9
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The third great storm of the winter of 2009/2010. This storm was a true blizzard with sustained winds of 35 mph or greater over much of the Mid-Atlantic region and areas acquiring for the third time between 1 and 3 feet of snow. About 10 miles north of this picture, 10-foot snow drifts stranded numerous motorists in the Frederick, Maryland, area.
Maryland, Germantown 2010 February 9
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Seven different types of warnings or advisories are seen on the Philadelphia/ Mount Holly National Weather Service Forecast Office Internet site. Blizzard, winter storm warning, hurricane force wind warning, storm warning, wind advisory, winter weather advisory, and even a gale warning on Long Island Sound and Sandy Hook area.
2010 February 10
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Eight different types of warnings or advisories are seen on the Wakefield, Virginia National Weather Service Forecast Office Internet site. Blizzard, high wind warning, gale on Chesapeake Bay, storm warning, hurricane force wind warning, winter weather advisory, wind advisory, and flood warnings.
2010 February 10
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Seven different types of warnings or advisories are seen on the Baltimore/Washington National Weather Service Forecast Office Internet site. Blizzard, winter storm warning, high wind warning, storm warning, wind advisory, winter weather advisory, and even a gale warning on Chesapeake Bay are seen on the "Quick Glimpse at the Weather Graphic."
2010 February 10
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Radar image of December 19, 2009 snowstorm as it approaches the Mid-Atlantic area.
2009 December 19
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Radar image of December 19, 2009 snowstorm as it envelops the Mid-Atlantic area.
2009 December 19
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Radar image of a Christmas storm affecting the much of the eastern United States . Snow in the northern tier of states and rain in the southeast.
2009 December 25
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Radar image of a Christmas storm affecting the much of the eastern United States . Snow in the northern tier of states and rain in the southeast.
2009 December 25
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Radar image of February 5 and 6 snowstorm blasting the eastern half of the United States.
2010 February 5
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Radar image of February 5 and 6 snowstorm blasting the eastern half of the United States.
2010 February 5
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Southern snowstorm of February 8 with rain turning to snow in Little Rock. 2.34 inches of precipitation in Little Rock on this day ending with 7.2 inches of snow at the Little Rock National Weather Service Forecast Office.
2010 February 5
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A winter wonderland of snow, trees, and a frozen pond just prior to the two great snowstorms of February 2010. Compare to image wea03843. The tree branches are bare in wea03843 because the wind had been gusting at up to 60 mph two days before.
Virginia, Fairfax County 2010 February 3
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A winter wonderland of snow, trees, deer,and a frozen pond just prior to the two great snowstorms of February 2010. Compare to image wea03841 which shows a deer up to its belly in snow after the great snowstorms.
Virginia, Fairfax County 2010 February 3
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The day following the first great snowstorm of February 2010 tree almost looking like snow sculpture.
Virginia, Fairfax County 2010 February 7
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Hard to get to the front door after this snow.
Virginia, Fairfax County 2010 February 7
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Trees bent over under the weight of snow. Heavy wet snow like this causes many power outages by breaking branches over power lines.
Virginia, Fairfax County 2010 February 7
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A holly tree bent over by the weight of wet snow.
Virginia, Fairfax County 2010 February 7
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Wind chimes covered by snow.
Virginia, Fairfax County 2010 February 7
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Deer up to belly in snow probably wondering what to do for dinner.
Virginia, Fairfax County 2010 February 7
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Bird feeders still operating with red-bellied woodpecker on the left.
Virginia, Fairfax County 2010 February 7
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The wind blew sufficiently hard to blow through porch screens and cover table and other items with snow.
Virginia, Fairfax County 2010 February 7
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Cars and small tractor following major snowstorm.
Virginia, Fairfax County 2010 February 10
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Almost dug out after major snowstorm.
Virginia, Fairfax County 2010 February 12
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Deer nearly chest deep in snow unable to forage for food.
Virginia, Fairfax County 2010 February 12
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Snowbound following two heavy snows in quick succession. Areas around Washington, D.C., had over 3 feet of snow on the ground.
Virginia, Fairfax County 2010 February 12
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Frozen over pond with heavy snow throughout Washington, D.C., area.
Virginia, Fairfax County 2010 February 12
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White-out conditions during blizzard.
Pennsylvania, Fayette County, George's Township 2010 February 10
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White-out conditions during blizzard. See image wea03850 for same view during moderate snow and wind conditions.
Pennsylvania, Fayette County, George's Township 2010 February 10
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White-out conditions during blizzard. See image wea03846 for same view during moderate wind conditions.
Pennsylvania, Fayette County, George's Township 2010 February 6
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Heavy snow. Note fire hydrant in center of image and compare to image wea03848.
Pennsylvania, Fayette County, George's Township 2010 February 6
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Same fire hydrant as in image wea03847 following moderate late January snow.
Pennsylvania, Fayette County, George's Township 2010 January 31
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A beautiful Renoir-like scene of blowing snow against a backdrop of trees.
Pennsylvania, Fayette County, George's Township 2010 February 6
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Same view as image wea03845 under relatively moderate snow and wind conditions.
Pennsylvania, Fayette County, George's Township 2010 February 12

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