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Powerless: Maine Digs Out From Rare Snowstorm

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Image: Downed lines on Sanford Street left the road closed and area residents unable to leave their homes after a storm brought several inches of wet snow in Bangor
Downed lines on Sanford Street left the road closed and area residents unable to leave their homes after a storm brought several inches of wet snow in Bangor, Maine, on Nov. 3, 2014.Brian Feulner / Bangor Daily News via Reuters

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Downed lines on Sanford Street left the road closed and area residents unable to leave their homes after a storm brought several inches of wet snow in Bangor, Maine. A rare early season snowstorm brought 50-miles-per-hour winds and record-breaking snowfall to parts of Maine overnight, leaving more than 140,000 homes and businesses without power on Monday.

Image: Candice and Andre Schoth shovel away a snow pile from plowing at the end of their driveway on Dean Street in Bangor
Candice and Andre Schoth shovel away a snow pile from plowing at the end of their driveway on Dean Street in Bangor, Maine, on Nov. 3, 2014. The Schoths haven't had power since Sunday afternoon.Brian Feulner / Bangor Daily News via Reuters

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