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Winter storm hits Northeast

Homes in Scituate, Mass., are crusted with snow and ice. (Alana Semuels / Los Angeles Times)
People in Boston pause for a picture while digging out their cars. (Winslow Townson / Associated Press)
Snow begins to melt on cars parked at a dealership after a winter storm in Hartford, Conn. (Jessica Hill / Associated Press)
Kris Kachline clears the back deck of her home in the Windmill Point neighborhood of Hull, Mass. (Gary Higgins / Associated Press)
A boy pulls a sled through Prospect Park in Brooklyn the morning after a massive snowstorm. New Yorkers woke up to more than 10 inches of snow Saturday morning. Parts of New England received more than 30 inches. (Spencer Platt / Getty Images)
A woman reacts to the snow after opening her front door in Boston. The powerful storm has knocked out power to 650,000 and dumped more than 2 feet of snow in parts of New England. (Jared Wickerham, / Getty Images)
A boy digs around a car marked with a sign on a street in Windsor Locks, Conn. A major blizzard packing hurricane-force wind gusts swept through the Northeast overnight (Jessica Hill / Associated Press)
Worcester Polytechnic Institute freshmen jump from the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity house porch roof into a snowbank in Worcester, Mass. (Paul Kapteyn / Associated Press)
A worker carries a snow shovel across the site of the former World Trade Center after the storm. New York City avoided the brunt of the storm, which left a foot or more of snow across much of the Northeast.  (Andrew Kelly / Getty Images)
Matt Woods catches some air as he slides down a hill at Beacon Field in Greenfield, Mass.  (Matthew Cavanaugh / European Pressphoto Agency)
More than 30 cars were stuck overnight along Nesconset Highway in Stony Brook, on Long Island’s North Shore. Some motorists spent the night in their vehicles until rescue workers, including the Nissequogue Fire Department, arrived Saturday morning.  (Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times)
Members of the Nissequogue Fire Department assist stranded motorists along Nesconset Highway in Stony Brook, on Long Island’s North Shore.  (Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times)
A woman digs out her car buried in drifting snow in Portland, Maine, which got more than 30 inches of snow. (Robert F. Bukaty / Associated Press)
A woman walks past cars buried in snow on M Street in South Boston. (Gene J. Puskar / Associated Press)
A man shovels snow off his car in front of his home in South Boston. (Gene J. Puskar / Associated Press)
A snowboarder catches air as some more carefree Bostonians take to a snow-covered hill for winter sports fun. (Scott Eisen / Bloomberg)
Earth-movers clear deep snow from the Long Island Expressway, where several vehicles were abandoned overnight. (Kathy Kmonicek / Associated Press)
Jameela Massed of Brooklyn, N.Y., shovels snow from around her car Saturday morning. Residents of Brooklyn awoke to a foot of snow and many spent the morning shoveling the sidewalks and streets.  (Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times)
Nathan Scheidler of Brooklyn, N.Y., gets a kiss from a friend’s dog at the Brooklyn War Memorial park, where many had gathered to play in the snow Saturday. (Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times)
Eguin Belasquez steers a snow blower through mounds of snow as he helps a neighbor dig out his driveway. (Kathy Kmonicek / Associated Press)
A man walks past cars half-buried in snow in the South End neighborhood of Boston, which received about two feet of snow from the storm. (Charles Krupa / Associated Press)
Andrew Laliberte of Billerica, Mass., digs a pathway through a large pile of snow in Boston. (Charles Krupa / Associated Press)
A man takes a morning walk along the promenade in Brooklyn Heights as Lower Manhattan stands in a cloud of snow and sleet. (Spencer Platt / Getty Images)
Emilio Vreca of Bethlehem, Pa., makes his way along 42nd Street in Manhattan with a broken umbrella.  (Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times)
An umbrella takes a battering as a man walks across the Brooklyn Bridge in the early hours of a major winter storm.  (Spencer Platt / Getty Images)
TV monitors at Logan International Airport in Boston show canceled flights. Boston and much of eastern Massachusetts were under a blizzard warning. (Gene J. Puskar / Associated Press)
Motorists driving along Route 91 in West Springfield, Mass., pass under an electronic sign warning them about the powerful storm. (Mark M.Murray / Associated Press)
Emmit Green clears his driveway in Saginaw, Mich., after a winter storm dumped more than 6 inches of powdery snow on the area overnight.  (Jeff Schrier / Associated Press)
Andre Tranchemantague, left, and Will Guerette ski on a snow-covered road in Portland, Maine. They said they were heading to a bar.  (Robert F. Bukaty / Associated Press)
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