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    Aftermath of snowstorm, Dec. 30, 2016 - Photo by 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. Photo by Gillian Graham/Staff Writer

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    Aftermath of snowstorm, Dec. 30, 2016 - Steve Greenlee/Managing Editor | of | Share this photo

    Snow removal gets underway at the Casco Bay YMCA early Friday morning as Mainers began the hard work of shoveling, snowblowing, clearing downed tree limbs from sidewalks and roads and restoring power to the thousands who lost it during the storm. Photo by Steve Greenlee/Managing Editor

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    Aftermath of snowstorm, Dec. 30, 2016 - 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. Photo by Karen Beaudoin/Online Editor

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    Aftermath of snowstorm, Dec. 30, 2016 - Steve Greenlee/Managing Editor | of | Share this photo

    A tree limb partially blocks West Elm Street in Yarmouth just before sunrise.

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    Aftermath of snowstorm, Dec. 30, 2016 - 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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