Jan. 9: An Alaska National Guardsman clears a roof in Cordova.
Spc. Balinda O'Neal/Alaska National Guard Public Affairs
January 18, 2012 Cordova and Valez have been buried this winter. But the forecast is for clear skies the rest of this week and life is beginning to return to normal.
Bags of a deicing product were being stacked outside a hardware store in Seattle on Tuesday, as folks prepared for today's bad weather.
January 18, 2012 Though forecasters have scaled back from earlier ominous predictions, it's still going to be a mess in much of western Washington State today.
January 12, 2012 It's hard to fathom from afar just how rough the weather has been in parts of Alaska for the past month or so. It's winter, sure. But things have been particularly brutal. And there seems to be no end in sight.
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They're running out of places to put the snow in Cordova, Alaska. This photo was taken on Saturday (Jan. 7, 2012).
Erv Petty/Alaska Div. of Homeland Security and Emergency Management/AP
January 9, 2012 Cordova is bracing for even more snow. In Nome, residents are hoping a U.S. Coast Guard icebreaker will be able to lead a Russian tanker into port within a day or two. Such a delivery hasn't been made before in winter.
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It's slick out there: The scene Monday along U.S. 550 near Rio Rancho, N.M.
Susan Montoya Bryan/AP
December 20, 2011 It's winter and parts of the Great Plains have gotten walloped. Looking ahead, there's a chance for a White Christmas in the Northeast, forecasters say.
This tree split in two due to heavy snow on its branches in Belmont, Mass.
October 31, 2011 That unusually early winter storm that struck the Northeast over the weekend has left many in the dark. It's also forced communities in many parts of New England to postpone Halloween. Some customers may not have power for a week.
Adrian Hagen of Florida stops to juggle snow balls while walking along Peachtree Street in Atlanta.
January 10, 2011 Alleged Tuscon shooter to get experienced public defender; ETA declares permanent truce; snow strikes southern US;
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