Photos: 2012 Ended on a Snowy Note in the Plains

January 2, 2013; 5:16 AM ET
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Photos: 2012 Ended on a Snowy Note in the Plains

The storm system left many roads from Kansas into Missouri snow-covered and icy, leading to some slow holiday travel.

Storified by Accu Weather· Tue, Jan 01 2013 06:34:32

Read meteorologist Matt Alto's story about Monday's snow in the Plains and Ohio Valley:
Recapping Monday's Snow in the Plains, Ohio ValleyRecapping Monday's Snow in the Plains, Ohio Valley The 2012 calendar year came to a snowy end as a storm system drifting across the South...


Snow in AZ! Bussey
Snow! Chinle Az is my hometown! ( :ηαℓiє

New Mexico:

It's beautiful snow day on the plaza in Santa Fe, NM Salas
Serious snow in Chama, NM Hackel


Gettin heavy snow here at FT Riley, KS today for a white New Years. Gonna have a wet one too as getting beverages ready Van Booth
Beautiful snow fall over the city this morning in Wichita, KS Stowe


@LuvRainyDaze I was able to get a few pics. Western Nebraska snow Miller


@azmichelle Just for you, the view down Bluebird Lane in snow in mid #Missouri this morning!
May your path lead to what's dearest in your heart - happy new year! #photography #snow #MO


Been back in Illinois for 10 days and it decides to snow the day before I fly back South. Kabbes
2 inches of fresh snow home in Illinois.. Any snow where you are? Sullivan


@KendallJenner we have more snow in Indiana than I have seen in my life. Come visit and see... Haag
Indiana winter! #snow #peaceful #indiana Pennington


@ALLENLEEHAFF knowing you are a dog lover I wanted to share this pic if my Tally playing in our Ohio snow. :) Matejka
Nature provided a perfect fridge for our libations! (Photo: deck covered in snow; bowle in the bowl!) @missysuetweets


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