Last-minute pumpkin pick-up
Sarah McClure, 9, catches snowflakes on her tongue on Oct. 29 while standing among hundreds of pumpkins at Butler's Orchard in Germantown, Md. McClure and her family, who live in nearby Gaithersburg, stopped by the orchard to get some last-minute pumpkins and gourds for Halloween despite the rapidly falling snow. The late October snowstorm created a freezing Halloween holiday in some parts of New England, causing at least 13 deaths. (Photo: Michael Williamson/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
Snowy morning clean-up
Sean Curran of Doylestown, Pa., shovels snow and ice outside his home on Oct. 30 after a snowstorm hit the town the night before. Thousands in Pennsylvania and Delaware were left without power from the unusual autumn storm that left up to 10 inches of snow in parts. (Photo: William Thomas Cain/Getty Images)
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Big Snapshot: Northeast hit by Halloween snowstorm
The late October snowstorm makes for a freezing holiday in some parts of New England, creating millions of power outages and at least 13 deaths.