A sidewalk plow and a street plow work to clear a neighborhood in Bangor, Maine, U.S. Dec. 30, 2016. REUTERS/Ashley Conti
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A winter storm brought more than 2 feet of snow to parts of northern New England overnight, and more than 100,000 homes and businesses were without power by Friday morning in hard-hit Maine.In the region's first major storm of the season, the National Weather Service received multiple reports of snow falling at a rate of 6 inches per hour. Hundreds of cars slid off roads from the beginning of the storm Thursday through Friday morning, when people began digging out.Southern and western Maine turned out to be in the storm's bullseye, but the storm played a game of hop-scotch, pummeling some communities with snow while leaving others just miles away drenched in rain.
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