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A weary Chuck Ray, director of field operations for the Georgia Emergency Management Agency, rubs his eyes as he works in the emergency-operations center in Atlanta on Tuesday, as Georgia braces for a winter storm. Accumulation in the D.C. area will depend on whether or when the snow changes over to sleet or rain. (associated press)
Photo by: John Bazemore
A weary Chuck Ray, director of field operations for the Georgia Emergency Management Agency, rubs his eyes as he works in the emergency-operations center in Atlanta on Tuesday, as Georgia braces for a winter storm. Accumulation in the D.C. area will depend on whether or when the snow changes over to sleet or rain. (associated press)

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