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Your photos of the Pacific Northwest storm

It may not have been of "epic" proportions, according to NBC meteorologists, but the storm that hit Seattle and beyond on still brought much of the area to a standstill. Join the msnbc.com readers who sent in photos by emailing your pictures to firstperson@msnbc.com. Make sure to include the time, date and location where your photo was taken.


Margaret Nordstrom / FirstPerson

Downtown Seattle on Wednesday

Mary Logan / FirstPerson

A resident of Vancouver, Washington, on Wednesday morning.

Jim Pollock / FirstPerson

Eliana Pollock enjoys a nerd/snow day in Redmond, Washington, on Wednesday.

Allison Groover / FirstPerson

Oak Harbor on Whidbey Island, northwest of Seattle, on Wednesday.

Sara Bronson / First Person

15 and a half inches of snow in Doty, Wash., an hour south of Seattle!

Sara Bronson / FirstPerson

Taken in Doty, Wash.

Suna / FirstPerson

Cats and friend checking out the Seattle snowstorm.

Jennifer Cline / FirstPerson

A ferry makes its route between Mukilteo and Clinton, Washington, on Tuesday.

Robert Magee / FirstPerson

Snowed in in Arlington, Wash. Hasn't happened in over 15 years.

Hilary Friedrich / FirstPerson

Driving on I-5 South from Bellingha, to Mt. Vernon, Wash.

Darla Davey Medina / FirstPerson

View out my front door in northeast Tacoma, Wash. Even government agencies are shut down today.

Cindy Elder Wiedmann via Facebook

Snowfall on Tuesday just south of Bellingham, Wash., photographed by msnbc.com reader Cindy Elder Wiedmann.