Browse 39 Pictures of February 6, 2010

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February 6, 2010 Trip Log

Pictures were taken shortly after a major snowstorm cleared out after delivering twenty-two inches of heavy wet snow in a short period. Much of the Mid-Atlantic found itself buried between 10 inches and even upwards of 36 inches along some of the mountain ridges. As you can guess from these pictures, the heavy wet snow caused extensive damage to power lines leaving many homes without power for days.

February 6, 2010 Picture Data Access

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