Northeast Weekend Snowstorm in Pictures, Videos

November 1, 2011; 9:22 AM ET
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A sagging tree rests on power lines in Bethlehem, Pa. on Oct. 29, 2011. Photo courtesy of Facebook fan Janet F.

Two cars are buried under fallen branches in Yonker's NY on Oct. 29, 2011. Photo courtesy of AccuWeather Facebook fan Barbara A.

A large tree limb comes down onto a deck in Lyndhurst, N.J. Photo submitted by AccuWeather Facebook fan Jonathan C on Oct. 29, 2011.

By's Tom Loebig

Photo of a tree down in York, Pa. submitted by AccuWeather's Jesse Ferrell

Chester Springs, Pa., (about 30 miles west of Philadelphia), submitted by Facebook Fan John B.

West Orange, N.J., submitted by Twitter follower KevinLyHD

West Chester, Pa., submitted by Facebook Fan Alan S.

A whiteout in Penn State's Beaver Stadium, submitted by Twitter follower tloebig

Reading, Pa., submitted by Facebook Fan Blair H.

Near Ebensburg, Pa., submitted by Facebook Fan Sharon P.

Eight inches of snow in Highland, Co., Va., submitted by Facebook Fan Danielle C.

Near Chambersburg and Waynesboro, Pa., submitted by Facebook Fan Leann C.

Quakertown, Pa., submitted by Twitter follower @KMLloyd72

Valley Grove, W. Va., submitted by Facebook Fan DeNean M.

Johnstown, Pa., submitted by Twitter user @newsiegal Headquarters in State College, Pa., by Senior Meteorologist Eric Wilhelm

Corry, Pa., submitted by Facebook Fan Heather S.


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