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East Coast blizzards hit hard

Mark Hachett, right, takes the brunt of the snow as he and his children Kaitlyn, center, and Jacob, left, ride a toboggan at Goodyear Metro Park in Akron, Ohio, on Friday, January 3, 2014.  (Mike Cardew / Tribune Media MCT)
Treacherous whiteout conditions along the westbound Long Island Expressway in Hauppauge, N.Y., on Friday.  (James Carbone / Tribune Media MCT)
Henry Claudio, from Delaware, shovels snow up in the north end zone seating area at Lincoln Field in Philadelphia, Friday morning, as he and several hundred other workers clear out snow for Saturday's NFL football wild-card playoff game between the Philadelphia Eagles and New Orleans Saints.  (Michael Bryant / )
Snow clings to the clothing and facial hair of Jerome Williams as he uses a snow blower to clear snow from the sidewalk in front of his home in Roosevelt, N.Y., on Friday after a winter storm brought snow to the region the night before. Parts of Long Island saw as much as 11 inches of snow.  (J. Conrad Williams Jr. / The Associated Press/ Newsday)
Sunlight streams through the windows of a building which caught on fire in Plattsmouth, Nebraska on Friday, Jan. 3. The water sprayed on it by fire fighters froze as much of the American northeast and the midwest are suffering from sub-zero temperatures. (Nati Harnik / The Associated Press)
People and animals walk in the cold and snow in Central Park in New York after a snow storm blanketed the area on Friday, Jan. 3. (Craig Ruttle / Tribune Media MCT / Newsday)
Mark Hachett, right, takes the brunt of the snow as he and his children Kaitlyn, center, and Jacob, left, ride a toboggan at Goodyear Metro Park in Akron, Ohio, on Friday, January 3, 2014. - (Mike Cardew / Tribune Media MCT)
Treacherous whiteout conditions along the westbound Long Island Expressway in Hauppauge, N.Y., on Friday. - (James Carbone / Tribune Media MCT)
Henry Claudio, from Delaware, shovels snow up in the north end zone seating area at Lincoln Field in Philadelphia, Friday morning, as he and several hundred other workers clear out snow for Saturday's NFL football wild-card playoff game between the Philadelphia Eagles and New Orleans Saints. - (Michael Bryant / )
Snow clings to the clothing and facial hair of Jerome Williams as he uses a snow blower to clear snow from the sidewalk in front of his home in Roosevelt, N.Y., on Friday after a winter storm brought snow to the region the night before. Parts of Long Island saw as much as 11 inches of snow. - (J. Conrad Williams Jr. / The Associated Press/ Newsday)
Sunlight streams through the windows of a building which caught on fire in Plattsmouth, Nebraska on Friday, Jan. 3. The water sprayed on it by fire fighters froze as much of the American northeast and the midwest are suffering from sub-zero temperatures. - (Nati Harnik / The Associated Press)
People and animals walk in the cold and snow in Central Park in New York after a snow storm blanketed the area on Friday, Jan. 3. - (Craig Ruttle / Tribune Media MCT / Newsday)

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