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It pummeled the Midwest at the start of the week, shutting down thousands of flights out of Chicago and Minneapolis, then it moved to the mid-Atlantic where it caused over 200,000 power outages in Virginia alone. Now this early March snowstorm is moving its way farther north, causing disturbances to the New York and New England regions. NOAA's GOES-13 satellite captured pictures of this storm as it worked it way along the East Coast.
Strong winds will continue to batter the Northeast today as snow piles up. Heavy snow will increase the risks of power outages. Visit our Weather Center for continues updates as the storm progresses. See more storm pictures here.
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