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The fourth nor’easter in three weeks pushed its way up the winter-weary East Coast on Wednesday, the first full day of spring, packing high winds and heavy snow from West Virginia to New England.
Airlines canceled thousands of flights and school districts throughout the Northeast canceled classes ahead of the storm. Shore towns were warned of the possibility of coastal flooding.
Snow started falling Tuesday night in West Virginia and Kentucky and continued through Wednesday morning, while mid-Atlantic states saw a wintry mix before the precipitation changed to sticking snow.
Children sled at the US Capitol during a snow storm in Washington, DC on Wednesday
High surf hits the coastline near some homes on March 21, 2018 in Scituate, Massachusetts
Bobby Reynolds carries his surfboard after surfing at Rockaway Beach during a snow storm on Wednesday
Reynolds took off his wet suit at one point to make a snow angel in the snow covered sand
A pedestrian wearing platform shoes crosses the street during a late season nor'easter in New York on Wednesday
Tourists visit the Lincoln Memorial during a snow storm in Washington, DC, on Wednesday
Cars travel through light snow in South Hackensack, New Jersey on Wednesday as a fourth nor'easter in a month hits the area
Maiya Ashby crosses Patton Avenue while walking through falling snow on her way to work in Roanoke, Virginia on Wednesday
Snow blankets Oakwood Drive, seen from Brambleton Avenue in Roanoke, Virginia, on Wednesday
A person crosses the street at Newport Highway as snow falls during a snowstorm on Wednesday in Jersey City, New Jersey
A car makes its way through falling snow down Grandview Avenue NW in Roanoke, Virginia Wednesday morning
Snow falls on a lone bicycle and cherry blossom trees at the tidal basin in Washington, DC on Wednesday
Tourists visit Times Square in New York on March 21, 2018, during a nor'easter that's expected to bring several inches of snow to the city
Pedestrians carry umbrellas as they walk through the falling snow on 6th Avenue in New York City on Wednesday
First Lady Melania Trump tweeted a pictured of a snow-covered White House on Wednesday (the first lady pictured on the right on Tuesday)