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    Beth Duddy, of Portland, crosses the Casco Bay Bridge in light snow during her daily "power walk" Monday.

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    A driver follows the winding contours of a snow-slickened Route 35 in Dayton Monday morning.

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    Susan and Andy Jasnos, of Douglas, Massachusetts, hug the polished marble wall of the Post Office to stay out of the snow during a stroll on Congress Street Monday morning.

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    Snow gathers on The Lady of Victory statue and Portland's Christmas tree in Monument Square.

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    The Blue sisters – Sky, left, and Star – make side-by-side snow angels in Lincoln Park Monday afternoon while niece Lauryn Blue, top, learns how it's done.

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    A car travels northbound on the Maine Turnpike in Biddeford, where the speed limit was reduced to 45 mph Monday morning.

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    Marcus Payne of Portland welcomed the snow by dancing at the intersection of Congress and Preble streets to bring attention to a fundraiser for the Center for Grieving Children. "I am probably one of the few people you will meet who actually likes a good snowstorm,” Payne said.

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