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"It’s coming over the usual spots," he said. "I would say we were fortunate because at this point we have no reports of injuries or major damage."

In Whitman, which had nearly a foot of snow by 10 a.m., Maureen Chittick’s house was among those that lost electricity for a while. Grandchildren Nicole Clark, 15, and Gary Clark, 13, came inside for an old-fashioned game with marbles after shoveling the snow out of her driveway.

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"I was shoveling and I saw purple flowers underneath," Nicole Clark said. "I thought to myself, ‘Summer is never going to come.’ I just want summer. Bring on the hot, the beach!"

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Jay Lindsay in Beverly, Mass.; Bridget Murphy in Boston; Rodrique Ngowi in West Roxbury, Mass.; and John Christoffersen in New Haven, Conn., contributed to this report.




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