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

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    A surfer takes advantage of large waves at Kennebunk Beach from a passing storm system. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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    Mailboxes along Summer Street in Kennebunk are all but buried in the snowbank, in the aftermath of the latest snowstorm, on Sunday. Carl D. Walsh/Staff Photographer

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    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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    Two canada geese make their way through ice as wind blows snow down the Mousam River in Kennebunk on Sunday. Gregory Rec/Staff Photographer

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    A pedestrian makes his way up Main Street in Biddeford, where most businesses and churches were closed Sunday. Gillian Graham photo

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    Chris Beth, the co-owner of OhNo Cafe on Brackett Street in Portland, clears snow from in front of the popular sandwich shop on Sunday. He called the storm a “bust,” but added that the caf'e’s bagel order didn’t come in due to the weather. Scott Dolan photo

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    Stiff winds take control of the flags at Winslow Park in Freeport, which got very little snow. Photo by David Hench

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    A man walks through swirling snow on the Eastern Promenade after Portland was spared the brunt of a storm system. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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    A wave crashes against rocks in front of a seaside home in Kennebunk on Sunday morning. The storm kicked up some big surf but coastal flooding was minor in Kennebunk.

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    Billy McDevitt, who has driven for ABC Taxi for 25 years, said he thought he would have the day off due to the storm but had to work since there was so little snow in Portland. “No relief for me,” he said as he cleared ice from his windshield on Congress Street. Scott Dolan photo

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    A man rides his bicycle along Congress Street on Munjoy Hill after Portland was spared the brunt of a storm.

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    Klayton Brewer uses his snow blower in Portland Sunday morning. Portland was spared the worst of the storm, just getting a few inches. But there is still plenty of snow on the ground. Joel Page/Staff Photographer

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    Wind blows snow off of trees along a desolate Brown Street in Kennebunk on Sunday morning.

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    At Joe’s Super Variety on Congress Street in Portland, Ralph Skillings Jr. quickly cleared what little snow had accumulated on the sidewalk in front of the store. Scott Dolan photo

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    Ann Roots of Kittery peeks her head 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. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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    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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    Thom Martinez shovels snow in Portland on Sunday morning. Joel Page/Staff Photographer

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    Sarah Pitt-Wooll digs out her walkway after a storm left over a foot and a half in Kittery. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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    A roof partially collapses at a warehouse on 167 Rumery Road in South Portland Saturday night. Photo courtesy of South Portland Fire Department.

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    The surf was up big in the aftermath of the latest snowstorm, and despite high winds and frigid cold, surfers were taking advantage of the action at Gooches Beach in Kennebunk on Sunday. Carl D. Walsh/Staff Photographer

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    Derrick Hafele clears snow near his home on Railroad Avenue in Kennebunk, , in the aftermath of the latest snowstorm, on Sunday. Carl D. Walsh/Staff Photographer

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    The roof of one of the barns at Cranberry Meadow Farm in Berwick collapsed under the weight of snow on Sunday. Carl D. Walsh/Staff Photographer

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    Sandra Hall of Cranberry Meadow Farm in Berwick and roofing contractor Dana Hall (no relation) checks out the damage to one of the farms barns after it collapsed under the weight of snow on Sunday. Carl D. Walsh/Staff Photographer

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    The roof of one of the barns at Cranberry Meadow Farm in Berwick collapsed under the weight of snow on Sunday. Carl D. Walsh/Staff Photographer

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