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Cleaning up after the storm

Walter Emerson of Billerica, an 11-year veteran of National Grid, works to restore power to Belle Avenue in Lynn on Thursday. As of Thursday morning, there were more than 4,100 customers without power in Lynn.

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Cleaning up after the storm

Walter Emerson of Billerica, an 11-year veteran of National Grid, works to restore power to Belle Avenue in Lynn on Thursday. As of Thursday morning, there were more than 4,100 customers without power in Lynn.

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Cleaning up after the storm

Turkeys trek through a front yard as the snow starts to let up on Thursday.

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Cleaning up after the storm

Cesar Deleon of Lynn shovels out his car on Tracy Avenue following the storm on Thursday.

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Cesar Deleon of Lynn shovels out his car on Tracy Avenue following the storm on Thursday.

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Cleaning up after the storm

A tree limb and power lines block the entrance to Lynn Woods Reservation following the storm on Thursday.

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Cleaning up after the storm

A downed tree limb which knocked out power to houses on Belle Avenue in Lynn.

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Cleaning up after the storm

A plow drives by a downed tree limb which knocked out power to houses on Belle Avenue in Lynn.

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Cleaning up after the storm

Walter Emerson of Billerica, an 11-year veteran of National Grid, works to restore power to Belle Avenue in Lynn on Thursday. As of Thursday morning, there were more than 4,100 customers without power in Lynn.

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Cleaning up after the storm

Walter Emerson of Billerica, an 11-year veteran of National Grid, works to restore power to Belle Avenue in Lynn on Thursday. As of Thursday morning, there were more than 4,100 customers without power in Lynn.

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Cleaning up after the storm

Snow coats trees lining the edge of Nahant Road in Nahant on Thursday.

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Cleaning up after the storm

A front-end loader with a plow attached works to clear Nahant Road in Nahant, which was still closed on Thursday morning.

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Cleaning up after the storm

Michael Dale of Swampscott struggles with to get his snowblower to clear the heavy, wet snow in front of his Nason Road home on Thursday.

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Cleaning up after the storm

Massi Coe of Marblehead shovels the walkway in front of his Westminster Road home on Thursday.

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Massi Coe of Marblehead shovels the walkway in front of his Westminster Road home on Thursday.

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Cleaning up after the storm

Bob Gromelski of Marblehead stands in front of a giant tree limb that miraculously missed his Palmer Road home when it came down during Thursday's storm.

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Bob Gromelski of Marblehead looks up at the giant tree limb that miraculously missed his Palmer Road home when it came down during Thursday's storm.

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A crew works to clean up the sidewalks surrounding Lynn English High School following the storm on Thursday.

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It almost felt unfair; we got walloped with wet, heavy snow just days after a storm tore up coastal communities up and down the coast. Residents in several North Shore towns were out clearing downed trees, firing up snowblowers, and pushing the mushy mess around as best they could.

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