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DENVER - Government offices and schools were closed and mail delivery suspended for a second day Thursday after a powerful blizzard dumped more than 2 feet of snow along Colorado's most populous region and stranded travelers.
DENVER - Stranded holiday travelers lined up at ticket counters at snowbound Denver International Airport early Thursday, hoping to get out of town amid a powerful snowstorm that paralyzed Colorado's biggest cities with up to 2 feet of snow.
Traffic along southbound Interstate 25 toward Denver at the Colorado Highway 7 overpass comes to a standstill during a winter storm, Wednesday near Erie, Colo.
NEW YORK - Blowing snow and sleet glazed windshields and roads across the Northeast and the Midwest on Wednesday, messing up Valentine's Day flower deliveries and wrecking couples' plans for romantic dinners.
People negotiate the accumulated snow as the try to get on and off a New York City bus Wednesday.
BISMARCK, N.D. - Crews on Tuesday gradually reopened major highways that had been closed by the Plains' first blizzard of the season, stranding post-Thanksgiving travelers. Thousands of people remained without electricity.
DENVER - Blizzard conditions wreaked havoc from Colorado to the Midwest, and tornadoes ripped through Arkansas and Kansas as a burst of treacherous weather damaged homes, turned roads into ice rinks and sent cars spinning off highways.
Huge snowdrifts, such as this one in the front yard of a home in Pierre, S.D., on Tuesday.
NEW YORK - Travel was slowed to a crawl at best across wide areas of the Northeast on Sunday as a huge snowstorm whipped up blizzard conditions with wind gusting to 60 mph, making highways treacherous, canceling hundreds of airline flights and slowing trains.
Bob Cline, left, Keith Diaz, center, and Rami Elroyess work to remove snow Sunday in Portsmouth, N.H.
Snowplow crews struggled to clear roads and airport runways in the Northeast for millions of commuters and other travelers Tuesday after one of the worst storms in decades buried in the region in 2 to 4 feet of snow.
The worst blizzard in seven years shut down much of the Northeast on Presidents Day with blinding, windblown snow that piled up as much as 4 feet deep and left more than a quarter of a million homes and businesses shivering without power.
Workers prepare to tow a bus near Independence Hall in Philadelphia today.
A snow plow clears snow from the parking lot of a gas station in Providence, R.I., attempting to free cars parked in the lot.
Jim Ripley: Hi, all. I just wanted you to know that Wednesday wasn’t a great day here either. On the cloudy side with the temperature in the 50s. I haven’t put my sunglasses on all day.
WASHINGTON — A blizzard-like storm rocked the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast on Saturday, crippling travel across the region and causing hundreds of thousands of power outages.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - A wintry blast of punishing wind and close to 4 feet of snow in places pummeled the Northern Plains on Thursday, stranding unknown numbers of motorists for a day or more and knocking out power to thousands.