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New York Aquarium employees, including Cristina Mendoca, right, feed and train sea lions as snow falls at the aquarium in New York, Monday, March 25, 2013. A wide-ranging storm is hitting the East Coast after blanketing the Midwest and burying thoughts of springtime weather under a blanket of heavy wet snow and slush, though less snow was predicted to fall as the storm moves eastward. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
New York Aquarium employees, including Cristina Mendoca, right, feed and train sea lions as snow falls at the aquarium in New York, Monday, March 25, 2013. A wide-ranging storm is hitting the East Coast after blanketing the Midwest and burying thoughts of springtime weather under a blanket of heavy wet snow and slush, though less snow was predicted to fall as the storm moves eastward. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
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(AP) The calendar says it's spring, but the weather hardly feels like it.


A large storm system that deposited snow, sleet and cold rain on much of the East Coast is finally expected to taper off overnight Tuesday. It'll be replaced by partly sunny skies and temperatures in the 40s by Tuesday afternoon.


Monday's storm forced many schools to open late or close early, and hundreds of flights were canceled.


But it was mainly an annoyance especially to anyone longing for balmy weather.


In Hamburg, Pa., carpet installer Seth Hanna says he loves to snowboard. But even he's ready for some warm spring temperatures.


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