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Midwest Begins To Dig Out After Massive Blizzard
Midwest Begins To Dig Out After Massive Blizzard
IOWA CITY, IA - FEBRUARY 03: A pickup truck sits upside down in a ditch along I-380 February 3, 2011 between Cedar Rapids and Iowa City, Iowa. A massive winter storm smashed into a third of the country, from Texas to Wisconsin, on February 1st and 2nd, making travel treacherous. Major highways are now open but a cold snap behind the storm is keeping temperatures hovering around zero degrees in southwest Iowa. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
Midwest Begins To Dig Out After Massive Blizzard
Midwest Begins To Dig Out After Massive Blizzard
CEDAR RAPIDS, IA - FEBRUARY 03: A Union Pacific locomotive stands on the tracks running next to Highway 30 February 3, 2011 east of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. A massive winter storm smashed into a third of the country, from Texas to Wisconsin, on February 1st and 2nd, making travel treacherous. Major highways are now open but a cold snap behind the storm is keeping temperatures hovering around zero degrees in southwest Iowa. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
Midwest Begins To Dig Out After Massive Blizzard
Midwest Begins To Dig Out After Massive Blizzard
CEDAR RAPIDS, IA - FEBRUARY 03: An Iowa State Department of Transportation tractor uses a snowblower to move a wall of snow off of Highway 30 February 3, 2011 east of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. A massive winter storm smashed into a third of the country, from Texas to Wisconsin, on February 1st and 2nd, making travel treacherous. Major highways are now open but a cold snap behind the storm is keeping temperatures hovering around zero degrees in southwest Iowa. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
Chicago Begins To Dig Out After Massive Blizzard
Chicago Begins To Dig Out After Massive Blizzard
CHICAGO, IL - FEBRUARY 03: Workers remove snow from a gate area at O'Hare International Airport February 3, 2011 in Chicago, Illinois. Commercial carriers at the airport started flying today for the first time since a blizzard forced the grounding of almost all planes Tuesday afternoon. Throughout the city residents continue to dig out from more than 20 inches of snow that fell on the area Tuesday and Wednesday. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
Midwest Begins To Dig Out After Massive Blizzard
Midwest Begins To Dig Out After Massive Blizzard
OSKALOOSA, IA - FEBRUARY 03: A massive mound of snow was built in the middle of an intersection near the town square after being cleared from streets February 3, 2011 Oskaloosa, Iowa. A massive winter storm smashed into a third of the country, from Texas to Wisconsin, on Tuesday and Wednesday making travel treacherous. Major highways are now open but a cold snap behind the storm is keeping temperatures hovering around zero-degrees in southwest Iowa. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
Chicago Begins To Dig Out After Massive Blizzard
Chicago Begins To Dig Out After Massive Blizzard
CHICAGO, IL - FEBRUARY 03: Workers clear snow from the sidewalk in front of a store February 3, 2011 in Chicago, Illinois. Throughout the city residents continue to dig out from more than 20 inches of snow that fell on the area Tuesday and Wednesday. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
Chicago Begins To Dig Out After Massive Blizzard
Chicago Begins To Dig Out After Massive Blizzard
CHICAGO, IL - FEBRUARY 03: Francisco Montes clears snow from the sidewalk in front of his neighbor's home February 3, 2011 in Chicago, Illinois. Throughout the city residents continue to dig out from more than 20 inches of snow that fell on the area Tuesday and Wednesday. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
Chicago Begins To Dig Out After Massive Blizzard
Chicago Begins To Dig Out After Massive Blizzard
CHICAGO, IL - FEBRUARY 03: Workers remove snow from a runway at O'Hare International Airport February 3, 2011 in Chicago, Illinois. Commercial carriers at the airport started flying today for the first time since a blizzard forced the grounding of almost all planes Tuesday afternoon. Throughout the city residents continue to dig out from more than 20 inches of snow that fell on the area Tuesday and Wednesday. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
Chicago Begins To Dig Out After Massive Blizzard
Chicago Begins To Dig Out After Massive Blizzard
CHICAGO, IL - FEBRUARY 03: Workers remove snow from a runway at O'Hare International Airport February 3, 2011 in Chicago, Illinois. Commercial carriers at the airport started flying today for the first time since a blizzard forced the grounding of almost all planes Tuesday afternoon. Throughout the city residents continue to dig out from more than 20 inches of snow that fell on the area Tuesday and Wednesday. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
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