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    Waxwings take shelter from the storm Tuesday in an apple tree in Monmouth.

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    A person walks through a parking lot around 11:50 a.m. Tuesday near the Burton M. Cross State Office Building as a snowstorm gets underway in Augusta. State workers were granted early release at 12:30 p.m. because of the storm.

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    City of Waterville employee Dave Higgins clears snow from an entrance to City Hall on Tuesday during a nor'easter.

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    Bob Kearns brushes snow off his car around 12:30 p.m. Tuesday in a downtown parking lot in Augusta as a nor'easter sweeps into the region.

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    A long line of cars heads south around 1 p.m. Tuesday on Civic Center Drive between the Central Maine Commerce Center and Interstate 95 in Augusta. State workers were granted early release at 12:30 p.m. because of the storm.

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    Two Waterville Public Works plow trucks clear snow off Upper Main Street on Tuesday.

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    Signs warn motorists Tuesday morning to slow to 45 mph on Interstate 95 north just as a storm blows into Richmond.

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    Many schools and some business, such as Kimberly's restaurant and lounge in Richmond, closed ahead of a nor'easter that swept into the region on Tuesday.

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    A person walks through a parking lot around noon Tuesday near the Burton M. Cross State Office Building as a storm gets underway in Augusta. State workers were granted early release at 12:30 p.m. because of the storm.

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    A vehicle leaves tire tracks in newly fallen snow Tuesday in a parking as a storm gets underway in downtown Gardiner.

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    A person brushes off a vehicle in a parking lot around noon Tuesday near the Burton M. Cross State Office Building as a storm gets underway in Augusta. State workers were granted early release at 12:30 p.m. because of the storm.

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    Mail carrier Mark Abbott steps through accumulating snow as he delivers mail on Tuesday in Waterville during a snowstorm.

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    Marion Flaherty walks on Tuesday morning in downtown Waterville as snow and wind pick up in velocity. Asked about the late-winter weather, Flaherty said, "I've had enough."

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    State police Cpl. Chris Rogers helps Amanda Brown, of Vassalboro, out of her car Tuesday after it slid off the road in Farmingdale as a nor'easter descended on the region.

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    Wild turkeys strut through the snow Tuesday with a load on their wings in Farmingdale as a nor'easter sweeps into the region.

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    Winthrop Utilities District employee Richard Tisdale keeps a weary eye out for traffic while working on a project Tuesday in Monmouth as a nor'easter descends on the region.

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    As snow and wind pick up in velocity Tuesday morning, Rachel Bailey pushes a row of shopping carts at the Hannaford supermarket at JFK Plaza in Waterville.

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    A man clears his driveway on Mayflower Hill Drive as snow falls in Waterville on March 8. Another nor'easter is due to blow into the region Tuesday through Wednesday, bringing a foot or more of snow.

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    A pedestrian walks through a snow bank cut out to accommodate the sidewalk on lower Main Street in Waterville on Wednesday following a nor'easter that dumped more than a foot of snow across the region.

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    Madison Evans, left, 14, and Ebba Heston-Jones, 13, walk through a snow bank cut out taller than them to accommodate the sidewalk on lower Main Street in Waterville on Wednesday following a nor'easter that dumped more than a foot of snow across the region.

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    Twin siblings David and Sarah Barre, 16, put the finishing touches on a snowman in front of their home on Sanger Avenue in Waterville on Wednesday following a nor'easter that dumped more than a foot of snow across the region.

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    Tom Browne clears his walkway on Burleigh Street as snow continues to fall in Waterville on Tuesday night as a nor'easter dumped more than a foot of snow across the region.

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    A woman clears her driveway on Winter Street so she can get into her garage in Waterville on Tuesday night as a nor'easter dumped more than a foot of snow across the region.

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    Brad Thorpe Jr., of Grass Eaters Lawn Care, fills up the fuel tank to his snowblower as he clears the walkways in from of St. Joseph's Maronite Church on Front Street in Waterville on Tuesday night as a nor'easter dumped more than a foot of snow across the region.

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    Brad Thorpe Jr., of Grass Eaters Lawn Care, clears the sidewalk in front of St. Joseph's Maronite Church on Front Street in Waterville on Tuesday night as a nor'easter dumped more than a foot of snow across the region.

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    Denny St. Pierre pushes snow past trees while cleaning off a driveway Wednesday morning in Manchester. People in the capital region were digging out after the second nor'easter in a week.

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    Snow plow clears snow near intersection of Winthrop and Front Streets Wednesday morning in Augusta. People were digging out after a nor'easter dropped more than a foot of snow.

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    Heavily snow-covered trees frame a view of Memorial Bridge around Wednesday morning in Augusta.

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    Norman Cummings drives a snowblower clearing snow Wednesday morning in the plaza between the Cross State Office Building and the Maine State House in Augusta. Legislative offices had a delayed start at 10 a.m. because of the overnight nor'easter.

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    Chad Decker, left, and Vanessa Fox teamed up and shoveled sidewalks in Waterville on Wednesday following a nor'easter that dumped more than a foot of snow.

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    Danielle Merciers shovels snow to get her car out of driveway at her home in Benton as her daughter Tatum does a cartwheel and son Jude digs in the snow on Wednesday. The family dog Maddy snoops around.

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    Scott Stevens was part of the crew cleaning and moving new cars for sale at Quirk Ford Wednesday morning in Hallowell. Car dealership workers had to clean off all the cars, move them so that the lot can be plowed and then replace them in original line up.

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    Cheryl Drake tosses a snowball to her dog while hiking through fresh snow in the Gardiner Common on Wednesday. Drake and her husband, Malcolm Harris, say the snow had them contemplating a move to Mexico. But the dog has them staying put. "She likes snow," Drake said.

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    Mark Pomeroy cleans off the sidewalk on Hospital Street Wednesday morning in Augusta following a nor'easter that dumped more than a foot of snow. Pomeroy said that he clears a block long stretch of the sidewalks so that his and other neighborhood children can safely walk to bus stop.

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    Roger Belanger had his hands and bucket loader full moving snow from the most recent nor'easter storm at his home in Unity on Wednesday.

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    Derek Clark heaves a shovel full of heavy, wet snow while clearing a driveway in Skowhegan on Wednesday following a nor'easter that dumped more than a foot of snow across the region.

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    Water begins to run down a drain after A. J. Carrier of the Fairfield Public Works department freed the drain of slush on Main Street in Fairfield on Wednesday following a nor'easter that dumped more than a foot of snow across the region.

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