New Englanders dig out after massive nor’easter

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A nor’easter on the first day of winter buried parts of northern New England under more than 3 feet of snow and added to the misery for hundreds of New Hampshire residents still in the dark more than a week after a crippling ice storm hit the region.

In Maine, the town of Eustis was walloped by 41.8 inches of snow in less than 24 hours – making it a doozy of a storm even by New England standards.

Vermont also saw heavy snow with reports of 17.5 inches in St. Johnsbury, Rochester and Randolph Center, 14 inches in Montpelier, and 7.2 inches in St. Albans.

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