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Northeast digs out from blizzard; new storm brews in Plains

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ERIC THAYER

Workers clear snow at Times Square in New York, February 9, 2013. A blizzard pummeled the Northeastern United States, killing at least one person, leaving hundreds of thousands without power and disrupting thousands of flights, media and officials said. REUTERS/Eric Thayer

Workers clear snow at Times Square in New York, February 9, 2013. A blizzard pummeled the Northeastern United States, killing at least one person, leaving hundreds of thousands without power and disrupting thousands of flights, media and officials said. REUTERS/Eric Thayer
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CARLO ALLEGRI

People arrive with their children and toboggans to a snowy Central Park in New York February 9, 2013. A blizzard packing hurricane-force winds pummeled the northeastern United States on Saturday, killing at least one person, leaving about 600,000 customers without power and disrupting thousands of flights. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

People arrive with their children and toboggans to a snowy Central Park in New York February 9, 2013. A blizzard packing hurricane-force winds pummeled the northeastern United States on Saturday, killing at least one person, leaving about 600,000 customers without power and disrupting thousands of flights. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
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ERIC THAYER

Bikes covered in snow are seen in the Brooklyn borough of New York, February 9, 2013. A blizzard pummeled the Northeastern United States, killing at least one person, leaving hundreds of thousands without power and disrupting thousands of flights, media and officials said. REUTERS/Eric Thayer

Bikes covered in snow are seen in the Brooklyn borough of New York, February 9, 2013. A blizzard pummeled the Northeastern United States, killing at least one person, leaving hundreds of thousands without power and disrupting thousands of flights, media and officials said. REUTERS/Eric Thayer
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JESSICA RINALDI

Kevin Connolley (R) and his father Ed, work to clear the sidewalk of snow during a blizzard in Medford, Massachusetts February 9, 2013. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi

Kevin Connolley (R) and his father Ed, work to clear the sidewalk of snow during a blizzard in Medford, Massachusetts February 9, 2013. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi
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SHANNON STAPLETON

A street sign is seen covered in snow in Manhasset, New York February 9, 2013. A blizzard packing hurricane-force winds pummeled the northeastern United States on Saturday, killing at least one person, leaving about 600,000 customers without power and disrupting thousands of flights. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

A street sign is seen covered in snow in Manhasset, New York February 9, 2013. A blizzard packing hurricane-force winds pummeled the northeastern United States on Saturday, killing at least one person, leaving about 600,000 customers without power and disrupting thousands of flights. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
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BRIAN SNYDER

Hospital emergency room worker Susan Johnson shovels out her parking space before going to work during a severe winter storm in Boston, Massachusetts February 9, 2013. A blizzard pummelled the Northeastern United States, killing at least one person, leaving hundreds of thousands without power and disrupting thousands of flights, media and officials said. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Hospital emergency room worker Susan Johnson shovels out her parking space before going to work during a severe winter storm in Boston, Massachusetts February 9, 2013. A blizzard pummelled the Northeastern United States, killing at least one person, leaving hundreds of thousands without power and disrupting thousands of flights, media and officials said. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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BRIAN SNYDER

Pedestrians walk through the Boston Commons as snow begins to accumulate in Boston, Massachusetts February 8, 2013. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Pedestrians walk through the Boston Commons as snow begins to accumulate in Boston, Massachusetts February 8, 2013. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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BRIAN SNYDER

A woman walks down Charles Street during a severe winter storm in Boston, Massachusetts February 9, 2013. A blizzard pummelled the Northeastern United States, killing at least one person, leaving hundreds of thousands without power and disrupting thousands of flights, media and officials said. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

A woman walks down Charles Street during a severe winter storm in Boston, Massachusetts February 9, 2013. A blizzard pummelled the Northeastern United States, killing at least one person, leaving hundreds of thousands without power and disrupting thousands of flights, media and officials said. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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BRIAN SNYDER

Steve Young shovels out his sidewalk during a severe winter storm in Boston, Massachusetts February 9, 2013. A blizzard pummelled the Northeastern United States, killing at least one person, leaving hundreds of thousands without power and disrupting thousands of flights, media and officials said. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Steve Young shovels out his sidewalk during a severe winter storm in Boston, Massachusetts February 9, 2013. A blizzard pummelled the Northeastern United States, killing at least one person, leaving hundreds of thousands without power and disrupting thousands of flights, media and officials said. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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SHANNON STAPLETON

A Long Island Railroad train is seen on snowy tracks in Port Washington, New York February 8, 2013. The northeastern United States braced on Friday morning for a blizzard that could drop up to three feet (nearly one meter) of snow through Saturday and bring travel to a halt. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

A Long Island Railroad train is seen on snowy tracks in Port Washington, New York February 8, 2013. The northeastern United States braced on Friday morning for a blizzard that could drop up to three feet (nearly one meter) of snow through Saturday and bring travel to a halt. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
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SHANNON STAPLETON

A car is seen buried in snow along the Long Island Expressway in the Suffolk County area of New York February 9, 2013. A blizzard packing hurricane-force winds pummeled the northeastern United States on Saturday, killing at least one person, leaving about 600,000 customers without power and disrupting thousands of flights. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

A car is seen buried in snow along the Long Island Expressway in the Suffolk County area of New York February 9, 2013. A blizzard packing hurricane-force winds pummeled the northeastern United States on Saturday, killing at least one person, leaving about 600,000 customers without power and disrupting thousands of flights. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
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BRIAN SNYDER

Hospital emergency room worker Susan Johnson shovels out her car to go to work during a severe winter storm in Boston, Massachusetts February 9, 2013. A blizzard pummelled the Northeastern United States, killing at least one person, leaving hundreds of thousands without power and disrupting thousands of flights, media and officials said. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Hospital emergency room worker Susan Johnson shovels out her car to go to work during a severe winter storm in Boston, Massachusetts February 9, 2013. A blizzard pummelled the Northeastern United States, killing at least one person, leaving hundreds of thousands without power and disrupting thousands of flights, media and officials said. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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SHANNON STAPLETON

The entrance ramp to the Long Island Expressway is seen closed in the Suffolk County area of New York February 9, 2013. A blizzard packing hurricane-force winds pummeled the northeastern United States on Saturday, killing at least one person, leaving about 600,000 customers without power and disrupting thousands of flights. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

The entrance ramp to the Long Island Expressway is seen closed in the Suffolk County area of New York February 9, 2013. A blizzard packing hurricane-force winds pummeled the northeastern United States on Saturday, killing at least one person, leaving about 600,000 customers without power and disrupting thousands of flights. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
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CARLO ALLEGRI

Dogs play in the snow in Central Park in New York, February 9, 2013. A blizzard pummelled the Northeastern United States, killing at least one person, leaving hundreds of thousands without power and disrupting thousands of flights, media and officials said. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

Dogs play in the snow in Central Park in New York, February 9, 2013. A blizzard pummelled the Northeastern United States, killing at least one person, leaving hundreds of thousands without power and disrupting thousands of flights, media and officials said. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
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SHANNON STAPLETON

A man shovels snow from his car along the Long Island Expressway in the Suffolk County area of New York February 9, 2013. A blizzard packing hurricane-force winds pummelled the northeastern United States on Saturday, killing at least one person, leaving about 600,000 customers without power and disrupting thousands of flights. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

A man shovels snow from his car along the Long Island Expressway in the Suffolk County area of New York February 9, 2013. A blizzard packing hurricane-force winds pummelled the northeastern United States on Saturday, killing at least one person, leaving about 600,000 customers without power and disrupting thousands of flights. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
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BRIAN SNYDER

A pedestrian and a car make their way through a severe winter storm in Somerville, Massachusetts February 9, 2013. A blizzard pummelled the Northeastern United States, killing at least one person, leaving hundreds of thousands without power and disrupting thousands of flights, media and officials said. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

A pedestrian and a car make their way through a severe winter storm in Somerville, Massachusetts February 9, 2013. A blizzard pummelled the Northeastern United States, killing at least one person, leaving hundreds of thousands without power and disrupting thousands of flights, media and officials said. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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BRIAN SNYDER

A woman walks down Beacon Hill during a severe winter storm in Boston, Massachusetts February 9, 2013. A blizzard pummelled the Northeastern United States, killing at least one person, leaving hundreds of thousands without power and disrupting thousands of flights, media and officials said. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

A woman walks down Beacon Hill during a severe winter storm in Boston, Massachusetts February 9, 2013. A blizzard pummelled the Northeastern United States, killing at least one person, leaving hundreds of thousands without power and disrupting thousands of flights, media and officials said. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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ADREES LATIF

Students walk home through snowfall after schools closed early ahead of bad weather in Pelham, New York February 8, 2013. A blizzard blew into the northeastern United States on Friday, bringing whiteout conditions to some parts of New England and threatening to drop record amounts of snow around Boston. From New York to Maine, the storm began gently, dropping a light dusting of snow, but officials urged residents to stay home,...more

Students walk home through snowfall after schools closed early ahead of bad weather in Pelham, New York February 8, 2013. A blizzard blew into the northeastern United States on Friday, bringing whiteout conditions to some parts of New England and threatening to drop record amounts of snow around Boston. From New York to Maine, the storm began gently, dropping a light dusting of snow, but officials urged residents to stay home, rather than risk getting stuck in deep drifts when the storm kicks up later Friday afternoon. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
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EDUARDO MUNOZ

A man throws salt for the snow as seen from the front of the skyline of New York's Lower Manhattan and One World Trade Center at Newport in New Jersey, February 9, 2013. A blizzard pummelled the Northeastern United States, killing at least one person, leaving hundreds of thousands without power and disrupting thousands of flights, media and officials said. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

A man throws salt for the snow as seen from the front of the skyline of New York's Lower Manhattan and One World Trade Center at Newport in New Jersey, February 9, 2013. A blizzard pummelled the Northeastern United States, killing at least one person, leaving hundreds of thousands without power and disrupting thousands of flights, media and officials said. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
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BRENDAN MCDERMID

A weather report is displayed on a news scroll as people walk through Times Square in New York, February 8, 2013. The Northeast U.S. is bracing for a large winter storm that has caused flight cancellations. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

A weather report is displayed on a news scroll as people walk through Times Square in New York, February 8, 2013. The Northeast U.S. is bracing for a large winter storm that has caused flight cancellations. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
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BRIAN SNYDER

A pedestrian crosses Beacon Street as snow begins to accumulate in Boston, Massachusetts February 8, 2013. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

A pedestrian crosses Beacon Street as snow begins to accumulate in Boston, Massachusetts February 8, 2013. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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ADREES LATIF

A stop sign is seen covered in snow in Pelham, New York on February 8, 2013. REUTERS/Adrees Latif

A stop sign is seen covered in snow in Pelham, New York on February 8, 2013. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
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SHANNON STAPLETON

A man stands with an umbrella covered in snow along a street in Port Washington, New York February 8, 2013. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

A man stands with an umbrella covered in snow along a street in Port Washington, New York February 8, 2013. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
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ADREES LATIF

A crossing guard helps students at an intersection after schools closed early ahead of bad weather in Pelham, New York February 8, 2013. A blizzard blew into the northeastern United States on Friday, bringing whiteout conditions to some parts of New England and threatening to drop record amounts of snow around Boston. From New York to Maine, the storm began gently, dropping a light dusting of snow, but officials urged residents to...more

A crossing guard helps students at an intersection after schools closed early ahead of bad weather in Pelham, New York February 8, 2013. A blizzard blew into the northeastern United States on Friday, bringing whiteout conditions to some parts of New England and threatening to drop record amounts of snow around Boston. From New York to Maine, the storm began gently, dropping a light dusting of snow, but officials urged residents to stay home, rather than risk getting stuck in deep drifts when the storm kicks up later Friday afternoon. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
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BRIAN SNYDER

A pedestrian walks into wind-driven snow in Boston, Massachusetts February 8, 2013 at the beginning of what is forecasted to be a major winter snow storm. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

A pedestrian walks into wind-driven snow in Boston, Massachusetts February 8, 2013 at the beginning of what is forecasted to be a major winter snow storm. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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EDUARDO MUNOZ

Passengers ride an AirTrain travelling past United Airlines passenger jets during the arrival of a winter storm at the Newark Liberty International airport, New Jersey, February 8, 2013. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

Passengers ride an AirTrain travelling past United Airlines passenger jets during the arrival of a winter storm at the Newark Liberty International airport, New Jersey, February 8, 2013. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
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BRIAN SNYDER

A worker is reflected in the glass wall of a bus stop as he shovels the snow off the steps of the Boston Public Library in Boston, Massachusetts February 8, 2013. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

A worker is reflected in the glass wall of a bus stop as he shovels the snow off the steps of the Boston Public Library in Boston, Massachusetts February 8, 2013. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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NOAA

Winter storms are seen over the northeastern United States in this February 8, 2013 GOES satellite image courtesy of NOAA. REUTERS/NOAA/Handout

Winter storms are seen over the northeastern United States in this February 8, 2013 GOES satellite image courtesy of NOAA. REUTERS/NOAA/Handout
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NOAA

Winter storms are seen over Canada and the northeastern United States in this February 7, 2013 GOES satellite image courtesy of NOAA. REUTERS/NOAA/Handout

Winter storms are seen over Canada and the northeastern United States in this February 7, 2013 GOES satellite image courtesy of NOAA. REUTERS/NOAA/Handout
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KEITH BEDFORD

A man operates a snow plow in New York, February 9, 2013. A blizzard slammed into the north-eastern United States on Friday, snarling traffic, disrupting thousands of flights and prompting five governors to declare states of emergency in the face of a fearsome snowstorm. REUTERS/Keith Bedford

A man operates a snow plow in New York, February 9, 2013. A blizzard slammed into the north-eastern United States on Friday, snarling traffic, disrupting thousands of flights and prompting five governors to declare states of emergency in the face of a fearsome snowstorm. REUTERS/Keith Bedford
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CARLO ALLEGRI

Phoebe Lightburn, 9, makes a snow angel in Central Park in New York February 9, 2013. A blizzard pummelled the Northeastern United States, killing at least one person, leaving hundreds of thousands without power and disrupting thousands of flights, media and officials said. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

Phoebe Lightburn, 9, makes a snow angel in Central Park in New York February 9, 2013. A blizzard pummelled the Northeastern United States, killing at least one person, leaving hundreds of thousands without power and disrupting thousands of flights, media and officials said. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
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KEITH BEDFORD

A couple lays in the snow to have their picture taken in New York, February 8, 2013. A blizzard slammed into the north-eastern United States on Friday, snarling traffic, disrupting thousands of flights and prompting five governors to declare states of emergency in the face of a fearsome snowstorm. REUTERS/Keith Bedford

A couple lays in the snow to have their picture taken in New York, February 8, 2013. A blizzard slammed into the north-eastern United States on Friday, snarling traffic, disrupting thousands of flights and prompting five governors to declare states of emergency in the face of a fearsome snowstorm. REUTERS/Keith Bedford
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KEITH BEDFORD

Sanitation trucks plow snow along Fifth Avenue in New York, February 8, 2013. A blizzard slammed into the north-eastern United States on Friday, snarling traffic, disrupting thousands of flights and prompting five governors to declare states of emergency in the face of a fearsome snowstorm. REUTERS/Keith Bedford

Sanitation trucks plow snow along Fifth Avenue in New York, February 8, 2013. A blizzard slammed into the north-eastern United States on Friday, snarling traffic, disrupting thousands of flights and prompting five governors to declare states of emergency in the face of a fearsome snowstorm. REUTERS/Keith Bedford
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KEITH BEDFORD

People make their way through snow in New York , February 9, 2013. A blizzard slammed into the north-eastern United States on Friday, snarling traffic, disrupting thousands of flights and prompting five governors to declare states of emergency in the face of a fearsome snowstorm.REUTERS/Keith Bedford

People make their way through snow in New York , February 9, 2013. A blizzard slammed into the north-eastern United States on Friday, snarling traffic, disrupting thousands of flights and prompting five governors to declare states of emergency in the face of a fearsome snowstorm.REUTERS/Keith Bedford
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KEITH BEDFORD

People make their way through snow in New York , February 9, 2013. A blizzard slammed into the north-eastern United States on Friday, snarling traffic, disrupting thousands of flights and prompting five governors to declare states of emergency in the face of a fearsome snowstorm. REUTERS/Keith Bedford

People make their way through snow in New York , February 9, 2013. A blizzard slammed into the north-eastern United States on Friday, snarling traffic, disrupting thousands of flights and prompting five governors to declare states of emergency in the face of a fearsome snowstorm. REUTERS/Keith Bedford
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