Two back-to-back snowstorms, referred to as "Snowmaggedon" or "Snowpocalypse," dumped feet of snow across portions of the Northeast in February 2010.
"Our ATV, the only vehicle we were able to get out of the garage at first...the drifts are from blowing snow and shoveling the 20 some inches we received from the first snow storm," said AccuWeather.com Cheryl C., referring to the first of two massive snowstorms that struck the Northeast in Feb. 5-6, 2010. Photo from Upper Adams County, near Big Flat, at an elevation of 1,700 feet.
"We're over 40 inches total from both storms in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia and it's still falling. That's my car," said AccuWeather.com Facebook fan Tim S., on Feb. 10, 2010.
Our back deck on February 6, 2010 here in Havertown, Pa.," said AccuWeather.com Facebook fan Bevan G.
"Steelville PA February 2010" from AccuWeather.com Facebook fan Beata A.
Snowy road in Meadowlands, Pa., submitted by AccuWeather.com Facebook fan Rosemary A.
"Husband on bobcat clearing roads," in Meadowlands, Pa., submitted by AccuWeather.com Facebook fan Rosemary A.
Photo from Bromall, Pa., submitted by user vbabyvetter on the AccuWeather.com Photo Gallery on Feb. 6, 2010.
Car buried by snow during "Snowmaggedon." Photo uploaded to AccuWeather.com Photo Gallery by user metal_guru on Feb. 10, 2010.