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The Chicago skyline is reflected on a thin layer of ice Thursday on Monroe Harbor in Lake Michigan, one day after a blizzard dumped the third-largest snowfall in the city's history.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Charles Rex Arbogast / Associated Press

Chris Grandon, a senior at Bradley University, digs a snow fort out of a 12-foot pile of snow on campus Wednesday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Adam Gerik / The Journal Star

Snow accumulates inside a pickup truck that was abandoned on Lake Shore Drive.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Kiichiro Sato / Associated Press

Caroline Spence plays in the snow in the backyard of her home in the Heartland Circle subdivision.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Scott Strazzante / Chicago Tribune

A man uses snowshoes to move through downtown Iowa City as a major winter storm moves through the Midwest.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images

A man watches as chunks of ice crash into a break wall at the harbor in Milwaukee after the Wisconsin city was hit by a severe winter storm.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DARREN HAUCK / Reuters

A plowed street is lined by cars encased in snow.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: DARREN HAUCK / Reuters

Motorists who stopped to help attempt to push a car out of a snowbank next to a highway in Windsor.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jessica Hill / Associated Press

Chicago had received 17 inches and counting in the blizzard.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: M. Spencer Green / Associated Press

Muldoon gets a brief coating of snow while the dog waits for its owner to grab a cup of hot coffee.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Toby Talbot / Associated Press

A man jumps over a snowbank in downtown Chicago.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JOHN GRESS / Reuters

A car landed vertically in the snow after a multiple-vehicle accident on Interstate 93 north of Salem. No one was injured.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Tim Jean / The Eagle-Tribune

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A major storm moved through the Northeast on Wednesday morning after turning the Midwest into an ice-bejeweled wilderness where more than 100 million people tried to cope with record snowfalls and winds. Read the full story by Richard Simon and Michael Muskal “Blizzard strands travelers, cuts power as it moves into Northeast.

2 Comments

  1. February 2, 2011, 1:28 pm

    what happens when you debase a curency all over the usa?

    By: troytrd3@gmail.com
  2. February 2, 2011, 2:25 pm

    that's Iowa City. the only place the sidewalk is shoveled is in front of the the bar "The Airliner". Go figure, go Hawks…

    By: AzureMatty

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