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North American blizzard of 2006

The Blizzard of 2006 was a nor'easter that began on the evening of February 11, 2006.

It dumped heavy snow across the Northeast United States from Virginia to Maine through the early evening of February 12 and ended in Atlantic Canada on February 13.

The major northeast cities from Baltimore to Boston received at least a foot of snow, with an all-time largest amount of 26.9 inches (68.3 cm) in New York City.

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