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These Photos Show How Stunningly Cold This Winter Has Been In The U.S.

This winter has seen record-setting snowfalls and subzero wind chills from the Midwest to the East Coast, causing casualties, snarling commutes, and bringing some moments of genius.

Posted on February 19, 2015, at 11:33 a.m. ET

West Philadelphia on Monday, Feb. 16.
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West Philadelphia on Monday, Feb. 16.

Hampton, New Hampshire, on Feb. 18.
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Hampton, New Hampshire, on Feb. 18.

New York City on Feb. 18.
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New York City on Feb. 18.

Paris, Kentucky, on Feb. 16.
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Paris, Kentucky, on Feb. 16.

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The Hudson River in Ossining, New York, on Feb. 15.
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The Hudson River in Ossining, New York, on Feb. 15.

Boston, Feb. 15.
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Boston, Feb. 15.

Brentwood, Tennessee, on Feb. 18.
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Brentwood, Tennessee, on Feb. 18.

West Philadelphia on Feb. 16.
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West Philadelphia on Feb. 16.

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Washington, DC. on February, 17, 2015.
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Washington, DC. on February, 17, 2015.

Lakewood, Colorado on February 16, 2015.
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Lakewood, Colorado on February 16, 2015.

Washington, D.C., on Feb. 17.

Brooklyn, New York, on Feb. 1.
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Brooklyn, New York, on Feb. 1.

Concord, New Hampshire, on Tuesday, Jan. 27.
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Concord, New Hampshire, on Tuesday, Jan. 27.

Scituate, Massachusetts, on Feb. 15.
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Scituate, Massachusetts, on Feb. 15.

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Chicago on Feb. 17.
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Chicago on Feb. 17.

Boston Massachusetts on February 15, 2015.
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Boston Massachusetts on February 15, 2015.

Boston Massachusetts on February 15, 2015.
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Boston Massachusetts on February 15, 2015.

Arlington, Virginia

Cambridge, Massachusetts, on Feb. 18.
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Cambridge, Massachusetts, on Feb. 18.

Boston on Feb. 15.
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Boston on Feb. 15.

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Boston on Feb. 17.
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Boston on Feb. 17.

Washington, D.C., on Feb. 16.
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Washington, D.C., on Feb. 16.

Nolensville, Tennessee, on Feb. 18.
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Nolensville, Tennessee, on Feb. 18.

Boston on Feb. 17.
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Boston on Feb. 17.

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Manhattan on Feb. 16.
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Manhattan on Feb. 16.

Cranbury, New Jersey, on Feb. 17.
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Cranbury, New Jersey, on Feb. 17.

Boston on Feb. 16.
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Boston on Feb. 16.

Chicago on Feb. 17.
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Chicago on Feb. 17.

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Washington on Feb. 17.
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Washington on Feb. 17.

Washington on Feb. 17.
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Washington on Feb. 17.

Boston on Feb. 15.
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Boston on Feb. 15.

Mechanicsville, Maryland, on Feb. 17.
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Mechanicsville, Maryland, on Feb. 17.

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Cambridge on Feb. 15.
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Cambridge on Feb. 15.

New York City on Feb. 16.
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New York City on Feb. 16.

Washington on Feb. 17.
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Washington on Feb. 17.

Washington, D.C., on Feb. 17.
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Washington, D.C., on Feb. 17.

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Washington, D.C., on Feb. 17.
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Washington, D.C., on Feb. 17.

Boston on Feb. 15.
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Boston on Feb. 15.

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