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Tayla Burns, of Newport, R.I., walks her five-year-old Bouvier "Lenny" on the Cliff Walk walkway along the Atlantic coast on the first day of spring Thursday, March 20, 2014, in Newport. As much of the United States remained in a deep freeze, government forecasters Thursday predicted temperatures will be below normal this spring across the northern U.S. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)

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Michael Ferreira, of Newport, R.I., carries his surfboard on a seawall along the coast, on the first day of spring Thursday, March 20, 2014, in Newport. As much of the United States remained in a deep freeze, government forecasters Thursday predicted temperatures will be below normal this spring across the northern U.S. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)

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Donald Croteau works to clear nearly a foot of snow off his car on the first day of spring, Thursday, March 20, 2014 in North Woodstock, N.H. Much of the country remains in a deep freeze, delaying the risk of spring flooding into April in the upper Midwest to New England. While major flooding is not expected, experts say there's a moderate risk of flooding in the southern Great Lakes region because of above-average snowpack. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)