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    People scramble to buy shovels, salt and other cold weather items at Maine Hardware on St. John Street in Portland Monday before a big winter storm hits.

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    A shopper takes a gallon of water off the shelf at the Forest Avenue Hannaford supermarket Monday before a big winter storm hits. Hannaford stocked extra batteries, flashlights, snow scrapers, water, bread and other essential items, and had to continually refill shelves throughout the day as Mainers braced for a storm that is forecast to dump up to 2 feet of snow on coastal Maine.

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    Emily Van Cannon picks up a shovel to purchase at Maine Hardware on St. John Street in Portland Monday. Van Cannon, of South Portland, was shopping for group homes in the area.

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    People shop for shovels Monday at Maine Hardware on St. John Street in Portland. A major snowstorm was expected to hit the area beginning late Monday evening.

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    Frank Underdown of Cape Elizabeth takes two gallons of water off the shelf at the Forest Avenue Hannaford supermarket Monday before a big winter storm is due to arrive. Hannaford stocked extra batteries, flashlights, snow scrapers, water, bread and other essential items, and had to continually refill its shelves throughout the day as Mainers braced for a storm that is set to dump up to 2 feet of snow on coastal Maine.

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    Donat Gorneault of Maine Hardware restocks rock salt as a customer carries a bag of it out of the store Monday. As Mainers prepared for the impending storm, the store had a hard time keeping the shelves stocked.

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    The lines were manageable at the Forest Avenue Hannaford supermarket Monday in advance of a big winter storm hit.

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    Emily Van Cannon of South Portland filled her cart at Maine Hardware Monday with emergency items in case the power goes out in the approaching storm.

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    Shoppers kept the Hannaford supermarket on Forest Avenue in Portland busy Monday as a blizzard is forecast to hit the state beginning late Monday night.

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    Hannaford supermarket on Forest Avenue in Portland was busy Monday before a big winter storm hit.

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    This NOAA satellite image of the massive winter storm developing over the eastern United States and off the East Coast was taken at 11:15 a.m. EST Monday.

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