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    PHannah Maloy, 17, adjusts her cap after emerging from a shack at Baker’s Smelt Camps on the Kennebec River in Pittston Sunday. Whiteout conditions persisted through the afternoon in the river as gusts reached 45 miles-per-hour according to the National Weather Service.

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    A colony of sea gulls take shelter on the Kennebec River in Gardiner Sunday in 45 mile-per-hour gusts. The National Weather Service said wind chill values are as low as -17 F across Maine.

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    WStacie Staniszewski rakes snow from the roof of her West Gardiner farmhouse Sunday. Staniszewski said she borrowed the rake from her sister after hers broke because of heavy snow and ice buildup this winter.

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    Pam Turbovsky carries groceries while walking in the storm in Fairfield on Sunday. “This storm is no big deal,” she said. “I’ve lived in Maine all my life.”

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    A car drives through whiteout conditions caused by strong blowing winds and snow on Route 100 in Winslow Sunday.

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    Steve Fotter covered his face to keep warm while shoveling the half-inch of snow off his driveway in Benton on Sunday. Fotter was glad the predicted snow did not fall but the wind and cold temperatures were harsh.

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    Dave Easinsky is peppered with blowing snow while clearing his driveway and walkways in Winslow on Sunday.

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    Dez Kingsbury climbs down a stairwell covered with snow after breaking off icicles clinging to a building in Gardiner Sunday. Kingsbury was working in sub-zero temperatures, as he has for the last 26 days, removing ice dams for P&P Construction and Roofing on commercial buildings. (Kennebec Journal photo by Andy Molloy/Staff Photographer)

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