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February 10, 2013
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Andrea Giacomozti and her daughter Gavin are circled by water and ice in Scituate.
Flood waters surged down a street in Winthrop as residents shoveled.
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A Needham resident shoveled his driveway.
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High tide caused flooding in several coastal communities, including Scituate.
A homeowner jumps into the water.
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Emergency workers waded through water at Plum Island.
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Large waves crashed over sand barriers at Plum Island.
Snow buried cars and hung low off a roof in Wellesley.
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Danny Gray, 6, took a rest from shoveling in Newton.
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Nicole Lacoursiere of North Andover made a snow angel.
A Wellesley resident raked snow off her roof.
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Ian Camire of Methuen had a big job ahead of him as he started digging out his family's driveway.
Cars were scarce on Route 128 Southbound in Newton during the driving ban.
Snow entirely covered cars in South Boston.
A large snowdrift blocked the path in Methuen.
One snowboarder took to the streets in South Boston.
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Snow whipped around a boy and his dog in Marshfield.
Wellesley firefighters came to the aid of a fellow firefighter stuck in the snow in Wellesley.
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A snowblower sprayed as winds gusted in Squantum.
PFC Juan Jimens with the 11 82nd National Guard looked over a flooded Turner Road in Scituate.
An inner tube floated on Turner Road in Scituate.
Hunnewell farm in Wellesley before the storm
Hunnewell Farm in Wellesley after the storm
Frozen sea water was visible along the Plum Island Turnpike in Newburyport.
Frozen plants were along the Plum Island Turnpike in Newburyport.
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A home on East Broadway in South Boston was covered in snow.
People dug out their cars on Shawmut Avnue in the South End.
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Shea, 6 and Sienna, 4, Brearley slid down their grandparents' front steps in Lexington.