Spring may officially begin Thursday, but winter is showing no signs of loosening its grip. A winter storm that began early Monday dropped several inches of snow, sleet and freezing rain on the region throughout the day. Above, Larry Dunn cleans off his car on State Street in Frostburg. At right, Leona Broadwater of Victoria Avenue, Frostburg, shovels her driveway Monday afternoon. Chilly temperatures are expected to continue through the rest of the week. For the complete AccuWeather forecast, turn to page 8A.
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