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New England Wakes Up to Deep Snow

BOSTON (AP) - Residents of New England woke Tuesday to more than a foot of snow on the ground in some areas and hazardous roads following a major winter storm that caused power outages, canceled flights and gave thousands of school children a day off.

The National Weather Service reported as much as 20 inches of snow fell from the fast-moving storm Monday.

The sky cleared over much of New England on Tuesday, with scattered snow showers possible in parts of New York state, the weather service said. Cold air filled in behind the storm, dropping Tuesday morning temperatures into the teens in northern New England, with a low of just 6 degrees at Fryeburg, Maine.
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