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    Parts of U.S. get buried under snow, shiver with cold - AP Photo/The Buffalo News, Derek Gee | of | Share this photo

    A man faces several feet of snow as he digs out his driveway in Depew, N.Y., on Wednesday.

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    Cars are parked under a thick blanket of snow in Orchard Park, N.Y., on Wednesday.

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    A bulldozer clears the way for an ambulance Wednesday in a neighborhood in West Seneca, N.Y.

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    Mark Settlemyer, left, gets help clearing snow from the roof of his mother's house from Ken Wesley on Wednesday in Lancaster, N.Y. Lake-effect snow pummeled areas around Buffalo for a second straight day, leaving residents stuck in their homes as officials tried to clear massive snow mounds with another storm looming.

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    Jeremy Bauer stands on a snowbank next to a buried car outside his brother's house on Wednesday in Lancaster, N.Y. Lake-effect snow pummeled areas around Buffalo for a second straight day, leaving residents stuck in their homes as officials tried to clear massive snow mounds with another storm looming.

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    Sue Radka helps shovel out a friend's driveway on Wednesday in Lancaster, N.Y. , with another storm looming.

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    Ken Velie clears snow from his driveway on Wednesday in Lancaster, N.Y. Lake-effect snow pummeled areas around Buffalo for a second straight day, and more is in the forecast for Thursday.

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    A vehicle, with a large chunk of snow on its top, drives along Route 20 after digging out after a massive snow fall in Lancaster, N.Y. Wednesday.

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    In a photo provided by Chrissy Hazard, Mark Hazard, his son Jason and Bryan Juda shovel out the snow from the Hazard home on Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014 in Cheektowaga, N.Y.

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    Steve Corbett opens his window under snow drifts and greets his neighbor's dog on Wednesday in Lancaster, N.Y.

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    In this photo provided by Chrissy Hazard, a dog looks at the snow that was blown in the back door of the home of Chrissy Hazard on Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014 in Cheektowaga, N.Y.

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    Snow covers a street at daybreak Wednesday in south Buffalo, N.Y. Buffalo-area officials are getting help from a neighboring county in their efforts to clear roads and provide emergency services during the snowstorm that has buried sections of western New York in more than 5 feet of snow.

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    Art Hauret pauses after he measures the nearly four foot accumulation of snow in his driveway in Lancaster, N.Y. on Wednesday morning.

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    Christine Bloom works to clear snow off her vehicle to try and make it to work in Hamburg, N.Y., on Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2014.

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    A man clears the snow at the end of his driveway in Lancaster, N.Y. Wednesday, Nov. 19.

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    Cars with snow atop the roofs sit idle at this home on Broadway in Lancaster, N.Y. Wednesday, Nov. 19.

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    A driver climbs a snowbank to get to a gas at a station in Lancaster, N.Y. on Wednesday.

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    A man waits in the wind and the snow for the bus along Michigan Street Tuesday in Grand Rapids, Mich.

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    Omer Odovsc walks in front of his tractor trailer that got stuck on the 219 off ramp leading to Rt. 391 in Boston, N.Y., Tuesday.

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    A lake-effect snow storm with freezing temperatures affected travel, like this plane that negotiated its way through the snow at Buffalo Greater International Airport. Temperatures fell to freezing or below at recording stations in all 50 states on Tuesday morning, from the highest elevations in the mountains of Hawaii to the snow-paralyzed Buffalo area in New York.

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    With his arms tucked inside his hooded sweatshirt, Aris Espinosa, 16, of Erie, Pa. walks to school Tuesday. A lake-effect snowstorm dumped up to 4 feet of snow along a stretch of the New York State Thruway, forcing about 150 motorists, including a women's basketball team, to ride out the storm a in their vehicles on a day when temperatures fell to freezing or below in all 50 states.

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    Residents shovel their sidewalks along Coit Avenue in the wind and snow in Grand Rapids, Mich.

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    A 4-foot fence and an SUV are nearly buried along a street in Buffalo, N.Y., on Tuesday.

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    Eric Dehond, left, and Dakota Paciorkowski help push out a stuck motorist on George Urban Boulevard in Depew, N.Y., on Tuesday.

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    A house is obscured by wind-blown, lake-effect snow on Tuesday in Buffalo, N.Y.

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    Omer Odovsc looks over his tractor-trailer that got stuck on the U.S. Route 219 off-ramp leading to N.Y. Route 391 in Boston, N.Y., on Tuesday.

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    Firefighters from West End Hose Company in Depew, N.Y., help a stuck motorist on Transit Road on Tuesday. Several feet of lake-effect snow paralyzed the Buffalo area, forcing state troopers to deliver blankets and other supplies to motorists stranded on the New York State Thruway.

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    Buffalo police block traffic to allow heavy equipment to clear snow Tuesday.

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    Jerry Delzer attempts to clear the snow in his driveway in Depew, N.Y., on Tuesday. Several feet of lake-effect snow paralyzed the Buffalo area Tuesday, forcing state troopers to deliver blankets and other supplies to motorists stranded on the New York State Thruway.

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    A Depew firefighter uses a snowmobile to travel down Transit Road on Tuesday.

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    Commuters brave frigid weather as they wait for a bus with the temperature hovering in the single digits and teens Tuesday morning in Chicago. Below -average temperatures are expected to remain in the area through the week.

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    Chris Boettcher clears snow along N.Y. Route 391 in Boston, N.Y., on Tuesday.

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    Ron Smolinski makes his way on a snowmobile to his home in Boston, N.Y., after trying to make it to work in Cheektowaga to remove snow on Tuesday.

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    A band of storm clouds moves across Lake Erie and into Buffalo, N.Y., Tuesday. The Associated Press

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