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    Staff photo by David Leaming Waterville Public Works plow trucks were out in force sanding roadways shortly before the rain and snow picked up on Tuesday.

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    Erika Veilleux shovels gritty snow and ice from sidewalks outside Eric’s Restaurant in Waterville on Tuesday.

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    U.S. Postal Service city carrier Michelle Walker uses her rain poncho to keep herself and the bags of mail dry while delivering it Tuesday in Waterville.

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    In anticipation of snow and an ice storm, Doug Veilleux fills buckets with sand at the Winslow Public Works garage on Tuesday. Veilleux said he was allowed to leave early from Bath Iron Works and traveled in freezing rain. He added he needed the sand because his driveway is covered with sheer ice from an earlier storm.

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    Wyatt Beaulieu, of Randolph, checks a text message Tuesday while waiting to pull his car out of a snowbank at the Gardiner waterfront. Beaulieu said he lost control of the car on a fresh coat of ice.

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