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Photos From Around The Snow-Covered Country This Week

Fort Logan National Cemetery in Sheridan, Colo., gets a fresh dusting of snow on Veterans Day.
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Fort Logan National Cemetery in Sheridan, Colo., gets a fresh dusting of snow on Veterans Day.
Flowers still bloom through the snow in Denver as winter's first calendar day is still more than a month away.
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Flowers still bloom through the snow in Denver as winter's first calendar day is still more than a month away.

Traffic slowed in downtown Denver on Wednesday as snow fell on the city.
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Traffic slowed in downtown Denver on Wednesday as snow fell on the city.

In Denver, Cole Baldock shovels snow on Wednesday morning.
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In Denver, Cole Baldock shovels snow on Wednesday morning.

Winterlike weather hit the West and Midwest, and it hit hard. Northern areas of Wisconsin saw up to 18 inches of snow, while central Michigan was left shoveling through more than 16 inches. The freeze is expected to hit the East Coast after some unseasonably warm weather there this week.

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