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    Mail carrier Sandy Metrano delivers mail to a residence in Fairfield during snow storm on Tuesday. Metrano said the snowy conditions were routine for her job, though she would prefer no snow.

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    A plow truck rounds a bend on Interstate 95 north near exit 113 in Augusta Tuesday.

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    A person with umbrella walks west up Western avenue as snow falls on Tuesday morning in Augusta .

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    A city plow truck crosses Western avenue at Sewall street in Augusta on Tuesday.

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    Camille Chamberland said he was in a rush to get home on his bicycle as snow began to fall mid-morning in Fairfeld on Tuesday. "I want to be back home before the storm really gets going," Chamberland said. A nor'easter descended on central Maine Tuesday morning, with a foot or more of snow forecast by Wednesday morning.

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    A man and his playful dog walk in the falling snow in downtown Waterville on Tuesday as a nor'easter descends on central Maine, with a foot or more of snow forecast by Wednesday morning.

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    Jamie Williams walks along North Street in Waterville as snow begins falling on Tuesday morning. A nor'easter descended on central Maine Tuesday morning, with a foot or more of snow forecast by Wednesday morning.

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    Snow falls on Front Street in Waterville Tuesday morning as a nor'easter descends on the region, promising to bring a foot or more of snow by Wednesday morning.

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    A Maine Department of Transportation plow operator stops to make an equipment adjustment on Route 27 in Sidney Tuesday morning. Operators were out mid-morning adding salt and sand to the road surfaces as a nor'easter blew into the region.

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    Horses are covered in capes at a farm off Route 27 in Sidney on Tuesday as a nor'easter blew into the region.

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    A plow truck sands and applying brine to the road surface on Route 27 in Sidney Tuesday, causing drivers to stack up as a nor'easter blew into the region.

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    City of Waterville custodian Bob LaPlante clears blowing snow in front of Waterville City Hall on Tuesday. He had his hands full as snow fell all day long. "I hate winter," LaPlante yelled over the running snowblower.

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    A Maine Department of Transportation plow truck makes a turn off U.S. Route 2 in Canaan while clearing snow during storm on Tuesday.

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    Tow truck operators load a damaged truck onto a wrecker beside another damaged vehicle after they collided during snow storm on the Hill Road in Canaan on Tuesday. A Somerset County Sheriff's Office deputy blamed road conditions and said injuries were minor.

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    A small herd of deer take off after grazing in a field off Varney Road in Skowhegan during the snow storm on Tuesday.

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    A plow truck heads north clearing Interstate 95 near exit 113 in Augusta during a nor'easter storm on Tuesday.

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    A person with a umbrella heads west up Western Avenue in Augusta during a nor'easter storm on Tuesday.

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    An Augusta city snow plow truck crosses Western Avenue at Sewall Street during a nor'easter storm on Tuesday.

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    People leave a building as a worker with a snowblower clears sidewalks during a nor'easter storm on Tuesday at the service plaza between Interstates 95 and 295 in West Gardiner.

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    The occupants of this vehicle that ended in a ditch off Route 139 in Benton wait for an ambulance to arrive following a two-car crash during the snow storm on Tuesday. Maine State Police Trooper Tom Bureau said the slippery road conditions were a factor and the injuries were not serious.

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    Trevor Moody throws snow down a blocked off stairway leading into the Waterville Public Library on Tuesday.

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