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Love finds a way through Mid-Atlantic's snowy mess

Friday - 2/14/2014, 6:40am  ET

Cara Webster, 24, of Washington, applies makeup as she passes the time while waiting for a flight to Houston, Thursday, Feb. 13, 2014, at Washington's Ronald Reagan National Airport. After pummeling wide swaths of the South, a winter storm dumped nearly a foot of snow in Washington as it marched Northeast and threatened more power outages, traffic headaches and widespread closures for millions of residents. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)

DAVID DISHNEAU
Associated Press

FREDERICK, Md. (AP) -- Love is blooming in the snow as Mid-Atlantic residents dig out from the winter's biggest storm in time for Valentine's Day.

The nor'easter that buried Maryland, Delaware and northern Virginia in up to 19 inches of snow was linked to at least four deaths.

After a second, smaller wave of snowfall overnight, transportation officials around the region are warning people Friday to watch out for ice and some flooding. Icy conditions closed a southbound section of the Baltimore-Washington Parkway early Friday.

The federal government and District of Columbia government are opening two hours late. Delaware is opening state offices in New Castle County two hours late and in Maryland a liberal leave policy is in effect for state workers. Many school systems are closed for a second day.


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