The White House, snowed in

Prepare for Nemo the blizzard with these pictures of the White House — and the Obamas — in the snow SLIDE SHOW

Topics: slideshow, White House, Barack Obama, Nemo, blizzard, Bo Obama,

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    The White House, snowed in

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    Here, Michelle Obama goes sledding with Sasha and Malia Obama in March, 2009.
    White House photo by Pete Souza

    The White House, snowed in

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    Bo Obama plays in the Rose Garden in February, 2010.

    White House photo by Pete Souza

    The White House, snowed in

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    The White House in February, 2010.

    White House photo by Pete Souza

    The White House, snowed in

    Bo Obama plays on the south grounds of the White House in February, 2010.

    White House photo by Pete Souza

    The White House, snowed in

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    The President chases then-Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel with a snowball in December, 2009.

    White House photo by Pete Souza

    The White House, snowed in

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    Bo Obama plays in a blizzard in February, 2010.

    White House photo by Pete Souza

    The White House, snowed in

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    Michelle, Sasha and Malia Obama play with Bo in December, 2009.

    White House photo by Pete Souza

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Jillian Rayfield is an Assistant News Editor for Salon, focusing on politics. Follow her on Twitter at @jillrayfield or email her at jrayfield@salon.com.

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