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    Photos of the December 30, 2016 snowstorm - Jill Brady/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    Residents along Paul Street in South Berwick work to clear away the 5 to 6 inches of heavy, wet snow that fell overnight.

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    Photos of the December 30, 2016 snowstorm - Top: UMaine photo; bottom: Photo by Samantha York/WCSH6 TV | of | Share this photo

    The Mahaney Dome at the University of Maine in Orono collapsed under the weight of snow Friday. At top, the dome prior to the collapse, with the aftermath shown on Friday in the bottom photo. The dome is an air-supported structure that provides indoor practice space for athletes. It measures 200 feet by 200 feet and was 55 feet high at its center, according to the university.

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    Photos of the December 30, 2016 snowstorm - Michele McDonald/Photo Editor | of | Share this photo

    John Shields, visiting from Boston, digs out on State Street in Portland.

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    Photos of the December 30, 2016 snowstorm - Cliff Schechtman/Executive Editor | of | Share this photo

    The First Parish Congregational Church in Pownal is framed by snow-laden trees Friday.

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    Photos of the December 30, 2016 snowstorm - Joe Phelan/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    A front-end loader plows snow from an empty parking lot around 8:30 a.m. Friday near the Maine State House in Augusta, where state offices delayed opening until 9 a.m.

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    Photos of the December 30, 2016 snowstorm - Dari Alpi/Web Producer | of | Share this photo

    Friday's snow covering adds to the picturesque view at Wolfe's Neck in Freeport.

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    Photos of the December 30, 2016 snowstorm - Jill Brady/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    Aaron Sinclair clears snow from his driveway along Route 4 in North Berwick. He was looking forward to finishing his chore so he could head out on his snowshoes.

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    Photos of the December 30, 2016 snowstorm - Carol Coultas/Business Editor | of | Share this photo

    The snow made for lovely scenes in Harpswell Friday morning but knocked out power to more than 1,700 Central Maine Power customers. This view of surrounding oak trees and a farm in the distance is seen from the deck of a home on Harpswell Neck Road.

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    Photos of the December 30, 2016 snowstorm - Ben McCanna/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    Brothers Arlo, left, and Otis McCanna share a sled Friday morning after a nor'easter on Peaks Island.

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    Photos of the December 30, 2016 snowstorm - Photo by Elizabeth Chewning Benz | of | Share this photo

    Deering Oaks Park in Portland is waiting for summer.

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    Photos of the December 30, 2016 snowstorm - Michele McDonald/Photo Editor | of | Share this photo

    Riley Dussault, working for Dirigo Management Company, started working at 5 a.m., shoveling and salting at One City Center in Portland.

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    Photos of the December 30, 2016 snowstorm - Photo by Lisa Blackstone Parsons | of | Share this photo

    A peaceful winter scene in North Yarmouth.

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    Photos of the December 30, 2016 snowstorm - Jill Brady/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    Town of Buxton fire department Lt. Bob Gorham directs traffic at the intersection of Route 202 and Route 22 in Buxton because of power outages.

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    Photos of the December 30, 2016 snowstorm - Staff photo by Joe Phelan | of | Share this photo

    Larry and Paul Parlin look at tree that fell on Paul's house in Sidney.

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    Photos of the December 30, 2016 snowstorm - Photo by Catherine Drummond | of | Share this photo

    A little snow in the face? No problem.

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    Photos of the December 30, 2016 snowstorm - Photo by Matt Garand | of | Share this photo

    Living on a boat in South Portland should make the shoveling easier.

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    Photos of the December 30, 2016 snowstorm - Photo by Kate Simmons | of | Share this photo

    A dog in Limerick enjoys the deep snow.

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    Photos of the December 30, 2016 snowstorm - Michele McDonald/Photo Editor | of | Share this photo

    Kate Stitham found out her morning yoga class at Niraj Yoga in Portland has been cancelled because the teacher was snowed in. Patrick Landers' wife owns the yoga studio, and he was shoveling out in front of the building so he could let customers know, and apologize in person. "We try so hard not to cancel" he said.

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    Photos of the December 30, 2016 snowstorm - Photo by Kate Simmons | of | Share this photo

    With over 25 inches in Limerick , it took more than a snowblower to clear driveways.

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    Photos of the December 30, 2016 snowstorm - Jessica Lowell/Kennebec Journal | of | Share this photo

    QT's ice cream stand, closed for the season, sits under a thin crust of snow on Wiscasset's recreational pier on the Sheepscot River. Snow turned to rain along the coast Thursday afternoon, and the rain turned back to snow overnight.

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    Photos of the December 30, 2016 snowstorm - Photo by Sue Sturgis | of | Share this photo

    The sidewalks near Portland's Back Cove need a little work Thursday morning.

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    Photos of the December 30, 2016 snowstorm - Photo by Martha Nangle | of | Share this photo

    The storm’s sticky, wind-driven snow coats a fence Friday morning at a home off Granite Road in Yarmouth.

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    Photos of the December 30, 2016 snowstorm - Gillian Graham/Staff Writer | of | Share this photo

    Cars are buried in an estimated 18 inches of heavy, wet snow at a home on Depot Street in Buxton Friday morning. Mainers across the state woke up to scenes like this after a powerful nor'easter dumped more than 2 feet of snow in some areas.

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    Photos of the December 30, 2016 snowstorm - Jill Brady/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    Rebecca Kibler cleans snow off her car at her home on the corner of Highland and Paul Streets after 5-6 inches of heavy wet snow fell overnight. Rebecca said that her plans for the gym may change as she has already gotten her workout in.

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    Photos of the December 30, 2016 snowstorm - Jill Brady/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    Edward Smith of Hollis uses a tractor to plow the driveway of Top Notch Automotive where 2 feet of snow fell.

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    Photos of the December 30, 2016 snowstorm - Photo by Jason Bisbing | of | Share this photo

    Queens Road in Gorham where you can see the tracks of cars that have turned around.

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    Photos of the December 30, 2016 snowstorm - Photo by Crystal Sullivan Fuller | of | Share this photo

    A quintessential Maine scene in Manchester.

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    Photos of the December 30, 2016 snowstorm - Derek Davis/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    Snow-covered pine boughs frame this wintry backyard scene in Scarborough.

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    Photos of the December 30, 2016 snowstorm - Karen Beaudoin/Online Editor | of | Share this photo

    Birds will have to wait for warmer temperatures – or a kind homeowner – before they'll have access to this feeder on Allen Avenue in Portland.

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    Photos of the December 30, 2016 snowstorm - Kate McCormick/Staff Writer | of | Share this photo

    A pedestrian crosses Westminster Avenue in Portland with snowshoes attached - just in case.

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