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    Bill, Will, left, 12, and Nancy Stuckwisch of McLean, Virginia, walk along the coastline at Kettle Cove in Cape Elizabeth during Monday's snowfall. The family is visiting Maine for a spring vacation.

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    Turkeys make their way through a snow covered field off Route 77 in Cape Elizabeth Monday.

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    On the first full day of spring, a man crosses Free Street in Portland through falling snow Monday.

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    Will Knuckles shovels his driveway on Cumberland Avenue in Saco as the snow comes down Monday morning.

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    A woman walks along Free Street in Portland during a late March snowstorm. Portland saw more than 6 inches of snow fall by noon Monday.

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    Lobster boats covered with snow are tied up at Camp Ellis during Monday's snowfall.

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    This SAD 6 schoolbus was backing up to collect a waiting student when it slid off a Buxton road on Monday. The district's superintendent posted an apology online for not canceling classes, saying the storm's track took him by surprise. (Keith Emery photo)

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