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VIDEO: 20 Hours Of The Blizzard In 40 Seconds

A man uses a snowblower to clear a street Monday in New York City's Times Square after a blizzard dropped 20 inches of snow in the area.  (AFP/Getty Images)closemore
A man uses a snowblower to clear a street Monday in New York City's Times Square after a blizzard dropped 20 inches of snow in the area. (AFP/Getty Images)

A few folks may remember this blogger's fascination with the snow piling up in his northern Virginia backyard last February.

Well, a New Jersey guy named Michael Black did a much better job over the weekend tracking the snow as it piled up on his patio furniture. Check out this "20 hours in 40 seconds" time lapse photo sequence he put together:

People walk through the snow in Manhattan's East Village in New York City. The tail end of a powerful storm across the Northeast snarled plans for millions of holiday travelers Monday, forcing airport closures and crippling road and rail traffic. The New York area was especially hard hit.  (Getty Images)
People walk through the snow in Manhattan's East Village in New York City. The tail end of a powerful storm across the Northeast snarled plans for millions of holiday travelers Monday, forcing airport closures and crippling road and rail traffic. The New York area was especially hard hit. (Getty Images)

(H/T Gawker)

Meanwhile, rough weather and the aftereffects of the weekend blizzard that hit much of the East Coast and New England continue to cause big problems -- "stranding thousands of holiday travelers and snarling morning commutes."

Here's a photo gallery as well to help tell the story of this weekend's big storm:

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