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Extreme Snowstorms

It may be a winter gone mild, but that doesn’t mean we’re in the clear. Check out the year’s most extreme snowstorms (and those from winters gone by) and brush up on some snow survival tips.

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The February 2010 North American blizzard, aka Snowmaggedon, dumped 20 to 35 inches of snow across the Northeast, bringing highways to a halt. Here, one DC-area resident treks by the White House on skis.

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