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Blizzard of 2013Staff and correspondent photos from the historic Blizzard of 2013.

Bret Giiford teaches his daughter Maeve, 11, how to cross-country ski, on North Street in Manchester on Saturday. Thomas Roy/Union Leader (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
Bret Giiford teaches his daughter Maeve, 11, how to cross-country ski, on North Street in Manchester on Saturday.  (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
A customer brushes the snow off his car at the Puritan Backroom, during a snow storm on Friday.  (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
Betty Delisle digs her car out a snow drift with her son, Will, on Lincoln Street in Manchester during the aftermath of the storm. (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
Mary Jankowski shovels her daughter's car out from their home on Blodget Street in Manchester, during the aftermath of the snowstorm on Saturday.  (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
Mary Jankowski shovels her daughter's car out from their home on Blodget Street in Manchester, during the aftermath of the snowstorm on Saturday. Thomas Roy/Union Leader (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
Richard Tango-Lowy, owner and master chocolatier at Dancing Lion Chocolate, walks down Elm Street to make chocolates during the aftermath of the snowstorm early in the morning on Saturday.  ( Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
The highway had whiteout conditions in the morning during the last couple hours of the snowstorm on Saturday.  (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
The highway had whiteout conditions in the morning during the last couple hours of the snowstorm on Saturday. Thomas Roy/Union Leader (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
Snow flies everywhere in the wind as David Bishop clears his driveway on Dallaire Street in Manchester during the aftermath of the snowstorm on Saturday.  (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
Snow flies everywhere in the wind as David Bishop clears his driveway on Dallaire Street in Manchester during the aftermath of the snowstorm on Saturday.  (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
Snow flies everywhere in the wind as David Bishop clears his driveway on Dallaire Street in Manchester during the aftermath of the snowstorm on Saturday.  ( Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
Snow flies everywhere in the wind as David Bishop clears his driveway on Dallaire Street in Manchester during the aftermath of the snowstorm on Saturday.  (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
A park bench at Victory Park sits in about two feet of snow on Saturday.  (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
A couple of mountain bikes are buried in the snow at Victory Park in Manchester during the aftermath of the snowstorm on Saturday.  (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
A New Hampshire Union Leader honor box is half-buried under snow on Amherst Street by the old Union Leader building on Saturday. (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
One of the ubiquitous plows in Pembroke Friday afternoon clearing Route 3. (Brendan Clogston/Union Leader Correspondent)
Workers de-ice a US Airways Express jet at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport on Friday. Dozens of flights were either delayed or cancelled.  (DAVID LANE/UNION LEADER)
A pro snow blower makes the rounds on Cushing Street in Nashua early Saturday afternoon (Simón Rios/Union Leader Correspondent)
Travelers wait for their flights at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport on Friday. Dozens of flights were either delayed or cancelled.  (DAVID LANE/UNION LEADER)
Louise Jackson of Manchester makes her way through downtown Manchester as heavy, wind-blown snow falls on Friday.  (DAVID LANE/UNION LEADER)
A snowplow waits at a traffic light as the city snow emergency strobe goes off at the interesection of Bridge and Elm streets in Manchester on Friday.  (DAVID LANE/UNION LEADER)
Bob Daigle, from Manchester, walks by Ben & Jerry's, which is still open, on Elm Street, during the snow storm, on Friday.  (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
Bob Daigle, from Manchester, walks by Ben & Jerry's, which is still open, on Elm Street, during the snow storm, on Friday.  (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
Bill Morin, who, with his son, owns Morin's Service Station in Manchester, salts the ground during the snowstorm on Friday.  (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
Bill Morin, who, with his son, owns Morin's Service Station in Manchester, pumps gas during the snowstorm on Friday.  (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
Bill Morin, who, with his son, owns Morin's Service Station in Manchester, pumps gas during the snowstorm on Friday. (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
Michael Puch, from Manchester, during a break in the snow storm, walks across Pine Street and up Orange Street, toward home, as he carries a few items from the CVS on Elm Street on Friday.  (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
Michael Puch, from Manchester, during a break in the snow storm, walks up Orange Street, as he carries a few items from the CVS on Elm Street on Friday.  (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
Ed the boxer enjoyed the snowflakes falling on his face while taking a break from playing on Hampton Beach as the blizzard moved toward the state Friday morning. (Jason Schreiber/Union Leader Correspondent)
Plow trucks stand at the ready to hit the roads in Milford on Friday. (Nancy Bean Foster/Union Leader Correspondent)
Using a leaf blower to clean up in Milford on Friday. (Nancy Bean Foster/Union Leader Correspondent)
An electronic sign on Route 101 in Hampton warns motorists of the threats posed by the blizzard. (Jason Schreiber/Union Leader Correspondent)
An electronic sign on Route 101 in Hampton warns motorists of the threats posed by the blizzard. (Jason Schreiber/Union Leader Correspondent)
Colorado residents Chris Greer and his fiancee, Kate Leary, walk along Hampton Beach with Leary's dad, Mark Leary of Raymond, and Ed the boxer at the start of Friday's blizzard. (Jason Schreiber/Union Leader Correspondent)
Seas began building off Hampton Beach as the blizzard arrived Friday morning. (Jason Schreiber/Union Leader Correspondent)
Cara Litchfield of Amherst serves up a latte at Bonhoeffer's Café in Nashua. Because business was slow during the Friday snowfall, the shop closed four hours early. (SIMON RIOS/Union Leader Correspondent)
Friday, as the storm began. (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
A bus makes its way in downtown Manchester on Friday as the storm intensifies. (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
The evening commute was very light during the snow storm, on Friday.  (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
Bill Morin, who, with his son, owns Morin's Service Station in Manchester, pumps gas during the snowstorm on Friday.  (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
Most of the businesses around the Milford Oval remained closed on Saturday afternoon as cleanup from a storm called Nemo continued. (Nancy Bean Foster/Union Leader Correspondent)
There were mountains of snow but very little traffic around the Milford Oval on Saturday afternoon. (Nancy Bean Foster/Union Leader Correspondent)
The snowstorm had Nashuans out and about Saturday morning, shoveling, plowing, playing and drinking coffee.  (Simón Rios/Union Leader Correspondent)
A pedestrian walks down Pine Street with a pair of bodega ice cream cups in the aftermath of the blizzard of 2013. (Simón Rios/Union Leader Correspondent)
City trucks, which have been on the move since Friday night, were still plowing on Saturday afternoon with plenty of work before them. By: Simón Rios 02-09-2013  (Simón Rios/Union Leader Correspondent)
A cyclist decides it's better to walk the bike in the aftermath of Nemo.  (Simón Rios/Union Leader Correspondent)
Some shovel, others observe, all anticipate the clearing of the snow that fell on Greater Nashua, from Friday to Saturday morning. (Simón Rios/Union Leader Correspondent)
Hooksett Village weathering the early hours of Nemo Friday afternoon.  (Brendan Clogston/Union Leader Correspondent)
Rocks of all sizes washed onto Route 1A in North Hampton at the time of high tide Saturday. (Jason Schreiber/Union Leader Correspondent)
Kalley Mihalko digs out her Cadillac CTS Saturday after it became buried in a 3-foot snow drift on Ocean Boulevard in Hampton during the blizzard.  (Jason Schreiberr/Union Leader Correspondent)
 (Jason Schreiberr/Union Leader Correspondent)
Many cars parked on Ocean Boulevard in Hampton were buried in the blizzard.  (Jason Schreiber/Union Leader Correspondent)
Snow flies everywhere in the wind as David Bishop clears his driveway on Dallaire Street in Manchester during the aftermath of the snowstorm on Saturday.  (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)