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    THEIR PORTLAND: Crews took to a sun-splashed Willamette River on Feb. 17. Tuesday's high in Portland, Ore. was 63 degrees.

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    OUR PORTLAND: The passage of boats breaks up the ice in Portland Harbor but because the weather has been so cold, it frequently freezes again overnight.

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    THEIR PORTLAND: Pedestrians and cyclists nearly out numbered the cars on the Hawthorne Bridge on Feb. 17 as unseasonably high temperatures and sun made February in Portland, Ore. feel like spring.

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    OUR PORTLAND: Bruce Williams clears a path in front of his home after a storm that left over a foot and a half of fresh snow in Kittery Point. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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    THEIR PORTLAND: Blake Hicks rides his BMX bike in Tom McCall Waterfront Park. Hicks, who lives in Southeast Portland, is a member of the Las Vegas-based Cirque Mechanics, and makes his living performing with his bike in the troupe.

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    OUR PORTLAND: Ann Roots of Kittery peeks over a snowbank to talk to her neighbor while shoveling out from a storm that left over a foot and a half of fresh snow in her driveway last Sunday. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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    THEIR PORTLAND: A runner logs his miles in short sleeves Feb. 17 along the waterfront on the east side in downtown Portland, Ore.

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    OUR PORTLAND: A stop sign is partially submerged after a storm that left over a foot and a half of fresh snow in Kittery. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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    THEIR PORTLAND: West Coast Portlanders took advantage of the unseasonable weather at Tom McCall Waterfront Park. Temperatures reached a high of 63 degrees on Feb. 17 and were expected to remain in the mid to high 50s through the middle of next week.

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    OUR PORTLAND: Sarah Pitt-Wooll digs through a wall of snow on her walkway after a storm left over a foot and a half in Kittery. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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    THEIR PORTLAND: Warm weather and a sunny sky evoked the feeling of spring, still technically weeks away, along the waterfront on the east side in downtown Portland, Ore.

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    OUR PORTLAND: Motorists make their way through intense windblown snow along Limerick Road in Arundel in the aftermath of the latest snowstorm on Sunday. Carl D. Walsh/Staff Photographer

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