Photos: Snow Creeps South

By Grace Muller, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
October 16, 2012; 7:12 AM ET
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Photos: Snow Creeps South

Over the past two weeks, snow has started to creep south into the United States from Canada.

Storified by Accu Weather · Mon, Oct 15 2012 09:47:19

Over the past two weeks, snow has started to creep south into the United States from Canada. 
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You can see the latest images of snow cover for the United States at the National Operational Hydrologic
Remote Sensing Center
 (NOHRSC). 
National Snow Analyses - NOHRSC - The ultimate source for snow ...3 hours ago ... On January 3, a model adjustment was made across much of the Western US. Last week, a warm, heavy snowfall impacted the...

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As with all autumn snows, people reacted with mixed emotions.
When snow in early October isn't surprising at all #NHProblemsNewHampshireProblems
Snow in October? I love it! #SaidNobodyEverJason Aguiar
I best be rewarded with snow at christmas if I have to deal with these cold temperatures in October!Beth Croft
Loved waking up to snow on the ground. Woow ! #october #cold #cottage #snow http://pic.twitter.com/35DIaFQXAllison Clark
October and there's already snow ! http://pic.twitter.com/QEILHdoeAdele Laflam
Snow in September is mean. Snow in October is beautiful. #Anchorage #Alaska #AlaskansSay http://pic.twitter.com/xWwbZ2l149th State of Mind

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