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    More snow for Maine Feb. 8-9 - Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    A woman shovels snow from the sidewalk on Howard Street in Portland. City residents woke this morning to several inches of new snow with another 3 to 4 inches expected Monday.

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    Gilbert Rosado of Portland rides past Sacred Heart Church on Mellen Street as the snow continues to fall on Sunday.

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    Susan Pratt-Smith of Northwood, N.H., shovels a path through the snowbank leading to Higgins Beach while visiting her sister in Scarborough Feb. 8. She said she wanted her sister to be able to walk her dogs on the beach, and wanted to create a path for elderly people who like to use the beach during the winter.

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    Karen Landis of Portland brushes a fresh layer of snow from her vehicle on Feb. 8.

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    Jon Cason, left, and Daniel Dousquet make their way down North Street on Munjoy Hill Monday. Up to 8 inches of snow was expected to fall by the time it tapered off on Tuesday, and the National Weather Service was already predicting more snow for Maine on Thursday.

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    Hoyt Hel snowblows the sidewalk on Cumberland Avenue Monday. The city got 2.9 inches of snow Sunday and overnight and the National Weather Service predicted another 4 to 8 inches by the time the storm tapered off by early Tuesday. Other parts of Cumberland County got about 6 inches Sunday and overnight. The wind in southern Maine was blowing between 15 to 25 mph on Monday, enough to cause deep drifts.

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    Julie Blanchard shovels out her car on Cumberland Avenue in Portland on Monday as a passing pedestrian finds better footing in the street. The National Weather Service predicted 2 to 4 inches for Portland through the day and a total of 4 to 8 inches by the time the storm tapered off by early Tuesday.

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    A woman shovels a sidewalk on Howard Street in Portland Monday. Southern Maine was seeing steady snow all day as several more inches blanketed an area still digging out from previous storms.

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