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PHOTOS: Snowstorm Pummels Midwest, Northeast

By Samantha-Rae Tuthill, Staff Writer
December 16, 2013; 8:50 AM ET
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Heavy snow and a wintry mix disrupted travel and plans across the Midwest and Northeast over the weekend.

The snowstorm spanned from St. Louis and Chicago to Detroit, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, New York City and Boston, leading to delayed and canceled flights and traffic accidents.

Northeast Interactive Radar
Winter Weather Center
Watches and Warnings Map

The storm closed out the weekend impacting northern New England and Atlantic Canada. As many as 18 inches fell in some locations.

Snow piles up in New York City. (Photo/Paul Kavanagh)

An icy buildup in Ambler, Pa. (Photo/Ivonne Marquis)

Snow accumulation in Poland Spring, Maine. (Photo/Mike Haggett)

Snow mounts at the Pennsylvania State University's main campus. (Photo/Dakota Smith)

An AccuWeather Facebook fan submitted this photo of the snow roads in Stamford, Conn. (Photo/Rick Alviso)

Santas trudge through slushy, snowy sidewalks in New York City. (Photo/Nathan Gonzalez)

This Facebook fan reported 8 inches of new snow on Sunday in the northern U.S. (Photo/Mary Williams)

Snow makes it way into New England in this snapshot from Connecticut. (Photo/Emily McCormack)

The parking lot at AccuWeather's Global Headquarters in State College, Pa. (Photo/Erik Pindrock)

Snow covers the road in Pine Bush, N.Y. (Photo/Tyler Mock)

Lucy the basset hound enjoys the snow in Connecticut. (Video/Samantha)

Snow accumualtes on the beach in Clinton, Conn. (Photo/Miranda Sherman)

Marius Daugirdas skis on the sidewalk on Saturday, Dec. 14, 2013., in Evanston, Ill. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)

Parts of Pennsylvania have been slammed with more than half a foot of snow. (Photo/Leslie Marr)

Snowy streets in Brooklyn, N.Y. (Photo/Pavel Konoplenko)

Jacqueline wasted no time to get out in the early stages of the Connecticut snowfall for some sledding.

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