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Clear skies reveal the snow-covered European Alps
Clear skies over the Saint Lawrence Seaway
Winter storm brings snow, whiteout conditions to the central U.S.
Current snow cover in the eastern United States
Mar 06, 2013
Winter Storm Continues to Impact Mid-Atlantic Before Moving into Northeast

A winter storm that brought 24 inches of snow to Rocky Boy, MT, 11 inches to La Grange Point, IL, and 9 inches to Bellefontaine, OH, impacts the mid-Atlantic on Wednesday, March 6 before delivering more snow to parts of the Northeast. Heavy wet snow, more than a foot deep in spots, in parts of Virginia, Maryland and West Virginia resulted in downed trees and power outages, while a sloppy mix of rain and snow fell along the I-95 corridor, including Washington, D.C. This movie spans March 3 through the morning of March 6, 2013, made from GOES East infrared imagery.

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