Look Back at 2011 Snow

here are your photos from all the snow storms that hit us last winter.

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Ela Paluch
Cars are completely buried in Middletown.
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Marcelle from Marlborough
Is the squirrel hungry or just trying to stay out of snow? This bird feeder was supposed to be squirrel proof. The squirrel did make it out of the feeder.
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John Poole
Even the squirrels are trying to get out of the snow.
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This car overturned on Interstate 84 in Vernon just before 4 a.m. on Monday, Feb. 21.
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Tom Brennan
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Alison, of Shelton
Murphy in the snow.
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Sharon Factor Hartstein
In case you don't have enough.
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Pat and Sheldon Corrow
Rare albino whale sighted in Manchester.
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Damaris Caez
Jazzy, the wheaten terrier, loves snow.
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Amy and Pete Arnio
Cole, 2, is loving the snow.
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Dorothy Baliban
The icing has begun in Westport.
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Jackie Levesque
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Ricardo Monteiro
This 18-foot icicle has since fallen.
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Jackie Levesque
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Vanessa Clarke
You know it's icy when you can skate on your sidewalk like Charles Clarke did in Hamden.
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Josh Cingranelli
Treacherous driving along I-395 near Norwich.
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Baird Kaake
This scene in Wethersfield seems about right with all of the snow we've had.
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Getting the snow off the roof before the latest storm.
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Dionne and Glenn Couture
That is one dog really excited about the snow.
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Brynn Gingras
This crash in Greenwich on the Merrit Parkway is slowing northbound lane traffic.
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Syblil and Gary Williams
Michelle figured out a way to get to the snow on her roof in the Plantsville section of Southington.
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Peter
A team effort to clear the snow off a r strip mall roof in Woodbury.
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Bill Craig clearing his roof in Windsor.
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There was so much snow even plows appeared to be stuck on Thursday.
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Heidi & Roberto Jaramillo
Snickers the cat has a blast on the snow, in New Britain.
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Lorraine Jalbert, Middletown
Lorraine Jalbert, of Middletown, said "Life is not so good anymore - enough already." The sign is now burried after yesterday's storm.
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Lorraine Jalbert, Middletown
There's a Life is Good sign somewhere under all that snow.
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Lindsay Paul
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LeeAnn Boucher
It appears we've reached a point at which even this snowman in Willimantic is waving the white flag.
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Doug Davis
Photos of snow in Windsor.
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Kathleen Hardman
Tyler and Ian leaping in the mounds of snow.
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Rob in Madison
When there is too much snow to build a snowman, decorate the snow pile!
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JoAnne Grabinski
Milo, the official moose-o-meter of South Meriden
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JoAnna Guastamachio
JoAnna Guastamachio is having fun with the snow. She says, because this isn't going to last forever, you know.
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Ryan from Morris
It took three snow plows to clear the way in Morris Thursday.
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Josh Cingranelli
Lisbon's Town Hall and Fire Dept. at the height of the storm.
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Regan Mulligan
These guys in Branford Point think all the snow is for the birds.
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Michael DiCorpo
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Hamden got another 16 inches.
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These snowmobiles doing no good with the snow on top of them in Hampton.
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Woodbury
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Joseph
A very cool shot of an Amtrak train dashing through the snow in West Hartford Thursday morning.
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Sue Savelle
Lindsay lounging by her pool in Cheshire with her dog Riley. Yes, there is really a pool somewhere back there.
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Hilary Goldberg
Jenna, 9, grew up in Arizona. Think she minds all the snow in Derby?
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Susan Page
Those cars in Thompson won't be going anywhere soon.
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Rebecca Ledewitz
The snow piling up on back decks, like this one in Woodbridge, is just incredible.
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Vanessa Montoya
The South End of Hartford in near whiteout conditions.
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Jessica Prucinsky
This little guy in Stratford will have to clean all of that snow off when he gets inside.
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This picture was taken from a second story window in Bristol.
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Michele
Nicole trying to dig her car out in Branford.
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Marcia Lawrence
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A business traveler from Illinois woke up to this outside her hotel near Bradley Airport Thursday morning.
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Michael Ruffino
18 inches in Durham meant another morning of searching for the car.
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Monica Bassi
No one was getting down this street in New Haven Thursday morning.
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Koreen Ryan
Imagine waking up to this on your back deck, like they did in Marlborough Thursday. (BTW, we love that you have NBC Connecticut on TV in the reflection).
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April Mellert
Yes, that's a mailbox in all that snow in East Hartford.
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Christine Dauphinais
The sun made the clouds glow as it rose after the storm in Brooklyn Thursday morning.
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Joanne Connors
Molly still needs a walk, even with all that snow in North Haven.
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Nanci Wylde
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Only thing to do after shoveling in Waterford is to put on a happy face.
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Sierra Guida
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Roy Bullivant
An absolutely gorgeous picture of the Stevenson Dam in the snow.
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Don Barone
Clearing the driveway was no easy task Thursday morning.
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Jack Kane
This guy brought out the big equipment to deal with the big snowfall in Watertown.
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Christina's snowy roof
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Natalie Cswertek, of Ashford
Jade, a 5-month-old Rottweiler, is not bothered by the snow.
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Jennifer Fisher
Max in New Milford.
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Bob from Oxford
A squirrel grabbing a bite to eat in Oxford during the snow.
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Deb
Digging out again in Waterbury.
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Marcia Lawrence
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Seth Winkleman
These students wait for the bus.
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View from One North America in Trumbull.
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Josh Cingranelli
A beautifully snowy scene in Lisbon.
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Josh Cingranelli
Here's what happens when you throw boiling hot water into -5F air.
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Kevin Bernier
From the deck overlooking Quasset Lake in Woodstock. Large fluffy flakes come down with a vengeance.
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Jack Kane
The snow is piled up so high in Watertown, folks who live on Lexington Dr. may soon not be able to find their street.
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Lauren Chambers
Luke Otto, enjoys the snow! This 15-month-old puppy lives in Middletown.
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Massive icicles pn Hora's residence in Glastonbury.
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Jennifer Vincent
A gorgeous view after the snow in New Milford.
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Amanda Bonin
Snow covering everything in Thompson.
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Julie Streeter
A snow plow clearing I-395 in Lisbon.
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Josh Cingranelli
A snowy picture along Route 138 in Lisbon.
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Peter & Sherry Engh
The snow coming down in Woodstock.
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Chris Foster
Looking out the back door in Niantic.
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Wendy O'Brien
Birds getting their breakfast in Eastford.
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Sheri Mathieu
All the storms dumped a lot of snow in Avon.
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Amy Strickland
Aexander, 5, helps mommy dig grandma's car out.
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Kate Halvorsen
Snow falls in Manchester.
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Geoff Crosley
The ice coating trees in Naugatuck.
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Josh Cingranelli
Freezing rain falls in Lisbon. Ice coats branches on a cold day. Temp reaches 29.7F.
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Wanda J. Barreto
Icicles build in Manchester.
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Linda Garcia
A snowy day in Plainville.
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Maureen
This back porch got another layer of snow and ice in Watertown.
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Marlene
Clearing the driveway again in Enfield.
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Chad Becker
Avon iced over.
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Charles Lewis
Braving the storm while camping in Ellington.
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Arta Aliaj
Some good looking icicles in Wethersfield.
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Nereida Joseph
A nice spot to rest in Naugatuck.
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Brandon DeWitt
An icy look at Tweed New Haven Airport from Dodge Ave.
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Jeremy Adams
Icicles forming in Bristol.
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K. Smith
Roads were very icy in Milford.
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Maria Davino
Folks in Southington say this is the biggest icicle they've ever seen.
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Amanda
Cooper in Manchester loves the snow and ice.
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Gay Ayers
In Farmington, an unknown snow sculptor made a bunny on a tree.
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Sally Morales
Norman and Benicio enjoying another snow day in Hartford.
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Mikey and Matteo from Middletown
Ice is covering the state.
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Linda Garcia
A snowy day in Plainville.
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Josh Cingranelli
An icy road in Lisbon on Tuesday,
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A truck coated in ice in Bristol.
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Lynn
Clearing ice off a truck in Kensington.
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Ela Paluch
This yard in Berlin looks more like a skating rink.
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Josh Cingranelli
Light snow was falling as of 4:30 a.m. , leaving 0.4 inches of snow in Lisbon.
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Josh Cingranelli
Freezing rain fell in Lisbon and covered this car.
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Jeff Stoecker
Traffic was congested this morning On Interstate 84 Westbound in Hartford.
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Matthew Paterna
Matthew Paterna with Madelyn Paterna and Jackson.
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Tyler Poeti
This photo is taken from New Milford. On the side of the new snow is the old snow from the last huge storm.
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Margaret Quijano
Cars buried under the snow in Ansonia.
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Steve Wang
Steve Wang of Haddam took this beautiful snowy tree photo.
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Gigi DeJesus-Mendez
Abe Mendez is doing quite a job shoveling snow.
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Jolie Brown
Chelsea and Fluffy in their backyard maze in New Britain.
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Joe Pasha
A man in Enfield uses a rather unique shovel, with a large wheel, during the storm.
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Robert Browning
Will anyone take him up on his offer in Groton?
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The Wallaces
Cassie is having snowy fun in Newington.
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John Sullivan
John Sullivan's cars are buried under 26 inches in Lakeville.
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Lori Haydin
The scene in Sherman.
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After the snow plow comes in Simsbury.
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Steve Wang
The most artistic view of a tire tread we've seen in awhile. Steve Wang of Haddam took this.
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Joe Pasha
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Mallory Hannon
Fun in Watertown.
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Ken Byrne
Neike got a little covered in snow.
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Sharon Parlapiano
Bailey is checking to make sure he can still find the house in South Windsor.
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Sierra Guida
It's tough to see much but snow in Southington.
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Sharon Parlapiano
Playing a little basketball in South Windsor!
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Heidi Wildstein
Ben and Josh are having fun in Cheshire.
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Heidi Wildstein
Ben and Josh enjoy the snow in Cheshire.
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Micheline Baker
That is quite a path to have plowed in Sandy Hook.
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Trinitee and Christian enjoy the snow in Windsor.
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Sierra Guida
This backyard in Southington will take some time to thaw out.
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This is East Main Street in Torrington.
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Chris Foster
Niantic, the day after,
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Tom in Hamden
You know you're in trouble when you can barely see your snowblower.
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alesevich1@sbcglobal.net
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sienna73@aol.com
>From Lisa in Brookfield
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Tiffany
Yes, that is a car buried under all that snow in Middletown.
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This is the scene in Woodbury.
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Dean in Cromwell
Took a picture of my upstairs deck this morning and thought I'd share. No way we're getting out to shovel that!!
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Amy Parmenter
The weight of the snow brought down the awning at Treva restaurant in West Hartford Center.
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Rick Dunne
More snow -Rick Dunne Derby, Connecticut Sent from my Samsung Epic 4G
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Charmayne Regan
Massive amounts of snow in Wolcott.
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Stephanie Watkins
East Hartford is buried.
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Kelly Skarzynski
This Wethersfield cat is a bit confused by all the snow.
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Paulina Burek
The snow really piled up in South Windsor.
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Anne Garrity
A gorgeous picture after the snow looking out from Bristol Hospital.
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Robin Lane
Digging out on Fairfield Street in West Hartford.
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Peter McCann
These kids in Tolland happy to check out the snow from inside.
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Bev Wilkinson
Clearing a path in Branford.
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@ApathyDGZ
We're told there's a car under there in Lebanon.
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Amy Parmenter
A snowy morning at Farmington and Whitney in Hartford.
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Claudia Bernstein
It will take awhile to clear 20 inches of snow that fell in South Windsor. Barry Bernsteinclears a path from the deck for the dogs.
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Nancy Peloquin
Wow, very impressive snow total in Brookfield.
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Dave Petroka
The snow was too much for a porch roof in Farmington.
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Gabriella
This dog's name is Blizzard. Appropriate for today.
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Graham Mellor
The snow as of 6 a.m., about a half mile west of Route 7 and Gaylordsville.
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Robin Lane
A big job ahead to clear this driveway in West Hartford
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Charmayne Regan
Wolcott has 16 inches of snow.
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Noah would rather be at school than shoveling all of this!
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Beth Connors
Emma and Megan playing in the snow in Wallingford.
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Wow!
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Prudence Doty
Snowfall on Wednesday in Southington
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COT Traffic cameras
Major truck backup on I-95 in Bridgeport area at Sherwood Island Connector.
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Joanne Connors
Molly enjoying the snow in North Haven.
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Dave Carpenter
It would be pretty if there was not so much to shovel.
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Lois Koczon
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Rick Dunne
The view from Derby.
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Rick Dunne
Beautiful scene in Derby.
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Trevor Blunt
snow blowing in Terryvillle, CT. Trevor says, "I'm no fan of snow."
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Emily White
The plowing atthe University of Hartford started at 3:05 a.m. Only 8 minutes later, the snow covered up the work that had been done.
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Ebony Spruill
A pretty scene in Danbury on Wednesday, but don't attempt to drive.
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Crystal Jackson
This Meriden resident will be digging her car out for awhile.
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Joshua Gootkin
The storm at 3 a.m. in Manchester
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Joanna Watts
Madison playing in the snow in Danbury.
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Marilyn Brownjohn
There were already 20 inches in Bethel at 6:55 a.m. and it's coming down in buckets.
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Dave Carpenter
The pretty view in Mystic.
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Judy
Howard enjoys the snow in Wolcott.
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Tammy Royer
Snow-covered cars in Torrington.
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Elaine Lindroth
In Andover, 11 inches have fallen on the back deck.
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Althea in Vernon
Vernon had 15 inches of snow as of 6:30 a.m.
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Deborah McGuire
Deborah McGuire woke up to a wet newspaper.
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Patti and Joe Novajosky
Massive storm falls down in Wallingford.
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Eva Boisvert
Someone in New Britain has a lot of work ahead of them.
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Nancy Peloquin
Left is what fell in Brookfield as of 3:24 a.m. Right is what had falled as of 5:18 a.m.
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Daniela Rivera
The front porch in Wallingford is covered.
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Sharona Kravitz
Sharona Kravitz's red Chevy is under the snow in West Hartford. There was a foot on the patio table.
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Rich and Connie
As of 4 a.m., Rich and Connie had 10 inches on deck the and it was 28.6 degrees.
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Lara Cuprak
A backyard full of snow in Franklin.
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Ed Cavallo
The snow is piling up in Brookfield.
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Joshua
These are photos from the last January storm. The snow coming down in Manchester Jan. 12.
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Matt Milsap
Snow falls in Danbury, This is the view from Route 53.
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Tiffany Sukhai
Wouldn't want to have to dig these cars in East Hartford out from the snow.
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Josh Cingranelli
Driving snow in Lisbon.
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Win Hayes
Sascha enjoying the snow in Burlington.
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Mike Donohue
Snow piling up in East Lyme.
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Monique and Scott
Brody enjoys the snow in Franklin.
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Kathy Freed
Blowing snow in Hampton.
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Andrea Ginter
Tex, the 7-month-old Lab puppy, enjoys the snow in Wethersfield.
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Kyle's having fun tubing in the snow in Groton.
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Steve Wang
Snowfall in Haddam.
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Rigi Bockard
Aspen and Tiller enjoy the snow in Deep River.
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Daisy enjoys the snow.
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Elaine Lindroth
Almost too much for the ruler in Andover.
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Barbara Glass
Pretty view in Mystic
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Christy Thomas
Lucy 2, enjoys the snow in Gales Ferry.
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David George
Lake Zoar at Sandy Hook.
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Elaine Brown
This Monroe doggie needs some help.
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Phyllis La Belle
Sunrise on Schoolhouse Pond.
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Debbie Cosme
Clearing the snow in West Simsbury.
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Linda Bowen
Snow piling up in Gaylordsville.
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Dawn Tomaszewski
Twins Ben and Cooper on a sled ride in Thomaston.
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Don Cyr
Almost 19 inches in Manchester.
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Dayi and Brownie of New London
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Christine Bourque
Bluff Point in Groton
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Laura Deschenes
Bo plays with his stickin the snow in Berlin.
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Sulie
Snow covers Hamden Fish & Game.
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Jennifer Palma
Sunday morning on Lake Pocotopaug.
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Bella Ashwrha
Revie frolicks in the winter wonderland.
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Lara Cuprak
A view from the deck in North Franklin.
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Stephanie Watkins
Quite a job to dig this SUV out in East Hartford.
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Snowy tree in New London.
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A beautiful morning in New London after the snow.
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Bill Kima
A back deck covered in Thomaston.
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Snow in Watertown.
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Janet and Dennis Cooper
Snow on the back deck.
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Phyllis La Belle
Snow on Schoolhouse Pond in Thompson.
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Starr Ertel
A pretty scene in Southington
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Dawn Schroll
A snowy scene in Southbury.
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Christine Bourque
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Matthew Edwards
Winston the dog enjoying all the snow in Ledyard.
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Jess
Piling up in Danbury
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kim venterea
About 7 inches of snow have fallen in Danbury.
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Donna Rondinone
Snow by the Connecticut River in Portland.
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Amy Parmeter
The snow is also coming down in Danbury. If you have snow photos e-mail them to us at photos@nbcconnecticut.com or just click here.
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Bristol's snowy setting.
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Chris Francisco
A snowy street in Wolcott
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It was slow going in Fairfield County. e-mail them to us at photos@nbcconnecticut.com or just click here.
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Sara Dover
A minibus flips on the Merritt Parkway.
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Vicki
A front yard in Somers.
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Jose Luis Torres
Snow in Wallingford
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James
Looking out over the Madison Country Club in Madison.
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Tim Brown
Farmington River in Collinsville.
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Uncasville back deck
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The traffic was at a standstill on the Merritt Parkway in the Stamford area. e-mail them to us at photos@nbcconnecticut.com or just click here.
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Donna Rondinone
Another gorgeous view along the Connecticut River.
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Jon Vicente
Another great picture from Danbury
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Route 8 in Shelton on Saturday morning.
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Steve Jordan
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Travis Palmieri
A pretty picture in Cheshire
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Mike Pacific
Snow is coming down in Bethel too.
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Kevin and Andrea Montgomery
Wow! That's a lot of snow in New Milford.
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Taken at the Woodlake Condos in Woodbury
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Lisa Pliska
Snow coming down in Beacon Falls
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Kerri-Lee Maynard
Be careful. Lots of crashes in Danbury.
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dchidirty
The scene from near Danbury Hospital.
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aharte@inpicturesphoto.com
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Donna Rondinone
Beauty captured along the Connecticut River
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Debbie Blair
A back deck buried in Andover.
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Mark Schutte
Ivy Hill Rd. in Ridgefield
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aharte@inpicturesphoto
Route 34 in Danbury
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Randy
The snow was falling in Orange.
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Brian Wellington
The snow is falling in Naugatuck.
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Lisa Curley
Wolcott snow
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@Jose_RosadoCT
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Mike Cohen
After two hours on Interstate 84 East, from 15 to 25A, it is nice to watch the snow from inside.
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@derekbeere
Rt. 63 in Prospect
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Diane Morgan
This gorgeous picture was taken in Milford
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Dave Sexton
A slow go in the snow in Danbury
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Josh in Waterbury
Snow is heavy in Waterbury
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Rob/Wallingford
Measuring the snow in Wallingford.
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Mark and Amy Brett
A picturesque winter scene in Old Lyme.
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Kristen Tsetsi
Snowy footprints on a Sunday morning.
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Jean Straub
Snow in Preston.
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cindy kalen
No Message
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Mike Zapatka
Portland Snow photos of 17+ in. so far - Mike
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Josh Greenfield
photo of the snow fallen on an outside table in my West Hartford backyard
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Jamie Collazo
No Message
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Rick Dunne
-Rick Dunne Derby, Connecticut Sent from my Samsung Epic 4G
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Kevin Bernier
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Michael DiCorpo
A lovely day on the deck.
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Elijah Malik enjoys his snow days in his back yard in Hartford.
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Janet Morrison, Simsbury
Ginger relaxes in the snow in Simsbury with her Winnie-the-Pooh
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Fazzino family, Wallingford
Fazzino's new puppy Peanut loves the snow.
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