The Moment

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A massive winter storm some 2,000 miles (3,200 km) long froze much of the U.S. in place. Planes were grounded, roofs collapsed, trains stood still, and in Oklahoma, the Tulsa World was unable to print a newspaper for the first time in its history. The good news? Punxsutawney Phil did not see his shadow, which promises an early spring.

FORT WORTH

CARMEL, IND.

LAWRENCE, KANS.

IOWA CITY, IOWA

CHICAGO

NEW YORK CITY

BOONVILLE, MO.

WASHINGTON

CAMBRIDGE, MASS.

ENFIELD, CONN.

BEREA, OHIO

PHILADELPHIA