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PHOTOS: A Look At The Latest Nor'easter To Hit The East Coast

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Trees and branches fell in Newton Center along Beacon Street.
Phillip Martin/WGBH News

Winter Storm Quinn was the second nor'easter to hit the East Coast in a week. Communities across the region were in the process of recovering from Winter Storm Riley when Quinn passed through, leaving many homes vulnerable and authorities scrambling to keep the power on and the roads clear. Around noon, almost 359,000 Massachusetts residents were without power, according to the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency. Here's a look at some of the scenes around Boston and beyond.

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Residents of Cambridge remove snow from their cars and sidewalks as plows remove snow from the roads after the second Nor'Easter storm of the year dumped snow in New England.
Meredith Nierman/WGBH News

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Commuters catch the train at the Franklin station.
Marilyn Schairer/WGBH News

North Worcester this morning pic.twitter.com/y06q6pwdMB— Tracy O'Connell Novick (@TracyNovick) March 8, 2018

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A jogger sets out for a morning run along the Chestnut Hill reservoir.
Phillip Martin/WGBH News

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Eversource crews continue working to restore power still trying to restore power in Newton where a large tree took down wires.
Phillip Martin/WGBH News

In Back Bay, snow covered the corner of Commonwealth Avenue and Gloucester Street, turning it into an end-of-winter wonderland. 

pic.twitter.com/fV3iocvneN— Christopher Columbo (@0htheguilt) March 8, 2018

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Framingham mayor Yvonne Spicer visits the city's Department of Public Works operations center.
Tina Martin/WGBH News

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Along Mount Vickery Road in Southborough, trees fell down and the power went out.
Tina Martin/WGBH News

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Along Mount Vickery Road in Southborough, trees fell down and the power went out.
Tina Martin/WGBH News

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Along Mount Vickery Road in Southborough, trees fell down and the power went out.
Tina Martin/WGBH News

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Along Mount Vickery Road in Southborough, trees fell down and the power went out.
Tina Martin/WGBH News

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The northern part of Adams received more than two feet of snow during the storm. Snow continued falling into the early afternoon, then tapered off.
Tony Dunne/WGBY

 

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