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Nor'easter

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The December 2010 North American blizzard was a major nor'easter and historic blizzard affecting the Contiguous United States and portions of Canada from December 5–29, 2010.

Brick Township, New Jersey

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Areas receiving the most snow are between Kendall Park and Elizabeth and between Brick and Atlantic City in New Jersey.
During the December 2010 North American blizzard, Brick Township received 30 in of snow, the highest accumulation recorded in the state.

Blizzard

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The December 2010 North American blizzard was a major nor'easter and historic blizzard affecting the Contiguous United States and portions of Canada from December 5–29, 2010.
December 2010 North American blizzard December 26–29, 2010

Pineapple Express

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During the next few days, the system rapidly intensified, while channeling smaller winter storms and moisture from the Pineapple Express atmospheric river in the west coast of North America, before approaching the North American west coast itself on December 8.
In December 2010, a Pineapple Express system ravaged California from December 15 through December 22, bringing with it as much as 2 ft of rain to the San Gabriel Mountains and over 13 ft of snow in the Sierra Nevada.

List of North American blizzards of 2010

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It was the first significant winter storm of the 2010–11 North American winter storm season and the fifth North American blizzard of 2010.
December 2010 North American blizzard on December 13–29, 2010.

Minnesota Vikings

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The NFL game between the Minnesota Vikings and the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, scheduled for Sunday, December 26, was postponed until Tuesday, December 28. Ironically, it was scheduled to be played Sunday afternoon, but flexed to the primetime slot, displacing the San Diego Chargers-Cincinnati Bengals game to the afternoon.
On December 26, the NFL announced that the game versus the Philadelphia Eagles was being postponed to Tuesday, December 28, 2010 because of blizzard conditions.

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Contiguous United States

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The December 2010 North American blizzard was a major nor'easter and historic blizzard affecting the Contiguous United States and portions of Canada from December 5–29, 2010.

Canada

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The December 2010 North American blizzard was a major nor'easter and historic blizzard affecting the Contiguous United States and portions of Canada from December 5–29, 2010.

Northeast megalopolis

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The storm system affected the northeast megalopolis, which includes major cities such as Norfolk, Philadelphia, Newark, New York City, Hartford, Providence, and Boston.

Norfolk, Virginia

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The storm system affected the northeast megalopolis, which includes major cities such as Norfolk, Philadelphia, Newark, New York City, Hartford, Providence, and Boston.

Newark, New Jersey

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The storm system affected the northeast megalopolis, which includes major cities such as Norfolk, Philadelphia, Newark, New York City, Hartford, Providence, and Boston.

New York City

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The storm system affected the northeast megalopolis, which includes major cities such as Norfolk, Philadelphia, Newark, New York City, Hartford, Providence, and Boston.

Hartford, Connecticut

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The storm system affected the northeast megalopolis, which includes major cities such as Norfolk, Philadelphia, Newark, New York City, Hartford, Providence, and Boston.

Providence, Rhode Island

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The storm system affected the northeast megalopolis, which includes major cities such as Norfolk, Philadelphia, Newark, New York City, Hartford, Providence, and Boston.

Boston

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The storm system affected the northeast megalopolis, which includes major cities such as Norfolk, Philadelphia, Newark, New York City, Hartford, Providence, and Boston.

Gulf of Alaska

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On December 5, 2010, an extratropical disturbance developed in the western Gulf of Alaska, along a stationary front.

Stationary front

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On December 5, 2010, an extratropical disturbance developed in the western Gulf of Alaska, along a stationary front.

Atmospheric river

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During the next few days, the system rapidly intensified, while channeling smaller winter storms and moisture from the Pineapple Express atmospheric river in the west coast of North America, before approaching the North American west coast itself on December 8.

Alaska

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On December 9, a new low pressure area formed to the south of Alaska in the storm system's circulation, becoming the dominant low of the storm on December 11, when the original low pressure center dissipated over the coast of British Columbia.