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As a man jumped over a slushy puddle in Boston Wednesday, Kathleen Newell of Norton described her empty office.
John Tlumacki/Globe staff
The Expressway northbound was nearly empty of cars around noon Wednesday despite the cleared road.
John Tlumacki/Globe Staff
As snow again blanketed the region, Post Office Square looked like a ghost town during the lunch hour Wednesday.
Post Office Square was mostly devoid of people at 12:30 Wednesday afternoon.
Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff
Pedestrians walked up a snow-covered Garden Street on Beacon Hill Wednesday.
Elise Amendola/Associated Press
A pedestrian sheltered under an umbrella in Boston Wednesday evening.
From left: Hannah Collins, 8, Amelia Goggin, 6, and Lucy Crocini, 5, made a snowman in downtown Boston.
Pat Greenhouse/Globe staff
Bucket loaders dropped their loads into snow melters on the tarmac between Terminals C (left) and B.
Traffic was light Wednesday morning on Storrow Drive in Boston.
Joanne Rathe/globe staff
Commuters navigated Bedford Street in Lexington as snow began to accumulate before dawn.
David L. Ryan/Globe staff
Two vehicles were involved in an accident on Morrissey Boulevard in Dorchester early Wednesday.
A bicyclist made his way along the snow-covered pavement in Boston.
Pedestrians crossed Blossom Street near Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.
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