PHOTO GALLERY: Weather wrap-up from around the U.S.

Wednesday, February 2, 2011 | 2:02 p.m. CST; updated 2:11 p.m. CST, Wednesday, February 2, 2011
Jack Zackey plows snow in front of a large snowman on display at a coffee shop during the winter weather in Clarence, N.Y., on Wednesday,

The second wave of a massive winter storm struck the Northeast on Wednesday after dumping more than 17 inches of snow in mid-Missouri on Tuesday.

Canada Geese make their way across ice forming off the Ohio River at Four Seasons Marina on Wednesday in Cincinnati.
A family of snowmen are all smiles with the snow and cold temperatures Wednesday along Seneca Lane in West Lafayette, Ind. A large portion of the nation was hit by a strong winter storm packing lots of ice, snow and wind.
A Kansas City Scout sign warns motorists along Interstate 70 near Kansas City on Tuesday. I-70 was closed from Kansas City to St. Louis because of heavy snow but reopened just after 7 a.m. Wednesday. The area is under a blizzard warning until noon Wednesday.
Tim Coffey, of Webb City, clears a path so he can drive his Jeep out of a South Range Line Road parking lot during the blizzard Tuesday in Joplin.
Snowplows travel westbound on Interstate 70 near the Stadium Boulevard exit in Columbia on Tuesday. Interstate 70 reopened Wednesday morning after being closed from Kansas City to St. Louis as a result of whiteout conditions. It was the first time in its history that the interstate was closed because of weather conditions.
Cox Convention Center employee Mike Parsons clears snow off the sidewalk in front of the Convention Center in downtown Oklahoma City on Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2011. (AP Photo/Alonzo Adams)
An American Electric Power worker clears a tree from a power line Wednesday in Canton, Ohio. An ice storm left hundreds of thousands in the dark across Ohio on Wednesday and gave way to melting slush before plunging temperatures and high winds threatened to bring new outages and a repeat of treacherous, icy conditions.
A youngster walks by a large snow pile in a shopping center parking lot in Lawrence, Mass., on Wednesday. The second wave of a two-part monster storm is spreading snow and freezing rain throughout the Northeast. More than 17 inches fell in Columbia.

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