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Chris Morris, an experienced back country skier, cuts back in a glade on Lyon Mountain in upstate New York. Brian Mann/NCPR hide caption

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A Winter's Storm In March Means A Morning Skiing The Glades

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A woman walks in whiteout conditions in Boston on Thursday. Sunday's forecast promises similarly daunting conditions, as a winter storm bears down on the Northeast. Scott Eisen/Getty Images hide caption

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A woman pushes a stroller over a snow-covered road in Wilmington, Del., Monday. Many streets there and in other cities are still covered with snow from this weekend's blizzard. Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images hide caption

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Snow Prompts 2 Choices On East Coast: Stay Put Or Dig Out

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Ontario Provincial Police snapped this photo of a snow mound with a car inside. They stopped a man in Brussels, Ontario, from driving with only the driver's side of the windshield cleared. Sgt. Russell Nesbitt/AP hide caption

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The view while riding up the newly developed Siberia Express chairlift at Squaw Valley, Calif. Kirk Siegler/NPR hide caption

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Ski Resorts See Slight Thaw After Chilling Effect Of Climate Change

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