Region digs back toward routine Cold, more snow could hamper the cleanup ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Residents began the arduous task of clearing the snow after the blizzard dropped as much as three feet in some areas. Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff A stop sign was barely visible at the corner of Pembroke and Tremont Streets in Boston's South End. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff A car was almost completely buried under a snowbank on Isabella Street in Boston. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Luis Hernandez dug out a patch of sidewalk along Main Street in Hudson. The town got three feet of snow from the blizzard. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Wyatt Cutler, 8, went sledding down a pile of snow left by a plow in Hudson. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Eleazar Serbin, 31, of Hudson, cleared snow off of the roof of Victor's 50's Diner in Hudson. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Dominic Noskovic of Hingham used a hockey stick to clear off his parents' car. Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff Nick Flores (left) enlisted the help of his friends, Moses Vasquez (center) and Angel Rentas to help clear the snow off the property of his sister-in-law's bakery in the Lower Mills section of Dorchester. Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff With school canceled, a Quincy youth headed the for the sledding hills of Squantum with Boston in the background. John Blanding/Globe Staff Icicles on pier frame in Swampscott. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff Scituate Town Administrator Patricia A. Vinchesi (left). Mass. Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito (center), and Scituate Police Chief W.Michael Stewart toured storm damage. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff Major General L. Scott "Catfish" Rice of the Massachusetts National Guard surveyed the storm damage in Scituate while on a tour with other officials. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff Governor Charlie Baker met with Scituate and other state officials. Philip L. Hillman/AP The Boston Marathon finish line on Boylston Street was shoveled during the storm. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Ice clung to wires of a home on Ocean Street in Marshfield on Wednesday. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Electric crews worked to restore power to Brant Rock in Marshfield. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff A home in Brant Rock suffered heavy damage from flooding. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Timmy Mannix received 40 stitches to his face and a broken nose after being hit with a flying window while trying to ride out the blizzard in Marshfield. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff A front-end loader removed rocks from Ocean Street in Marshfield. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff An oceanfront home in Marshfield was torn wide open. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Residents surveyed damage to homes on the shore on Ocean Street in Marshfield. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff A car was covered in snow and ice on Oceanside Drive in Scituate. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff A portion of a sea wall was damaged in Scituate. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff Andrew Butler looked at the damaged sea wall in Scituate. CJ GUNTHER/EPA A woman walked through a snow tunnel on a street corner in Boston. CJ GUNTHER/EPA A woman and child went sledding on Boston Common on Wednesday. David Ryan/Globe Staff Theodoros Ganopoules worked to clear snow from the sidewalks outside St. John The Baptist Church in Boston's South End. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Cars were plowed in on Chelmsford Street in Dorchester. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Crews worked to clear driveways and cars from snow on Taft Street in Dorchester early Wednesday. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Bob Latwas cleared his driveway after more snow from the lingering blizzard fell overnight in Pembroke. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Patrick McDonald, 21, of Hyde Park (left) and Jerry Etienne, 21, of Tewksbury, carried shovels as they walked down the street to a Framingham State College parking lot to shovel out the buses. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Stafff Vernon Turner, 57, used a snow rake to clear off his roof in Framingham. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff A resident on Minot Street in Dorchester cleaned off his deck after the blizzard. Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff Residents began digging out on West Ninth Street in South Boston early Wednesday. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff A view of Oceanside Drive in Scituate after storm. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff Joe Ross looked to check on a friend's home in Scituate on Oceanside Drive. Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff Maureen Murphy shoveled outside her home on West Ninth Street in South Boston. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Pete Starvaggi used a snow blower to clear his sidewalk in Framingham. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff On Dorchester Avenue, it was easier to walk on the street than on the sidewalks on Wednesday. Michael Dwyer/AP A police officer surveyed the scene in Scituate early Wednesday. Michael Dwyer/AP Ocean waves continued to come ashore a day after a winter storm in Scituate. Elise Amendola/AP John Kenneally shoveled his car out in Charlestown. BRIAN SNYDER/Reuters A worker cleared snow out of a building under construction in Cambridge. BRIAN SNYDER/Reuters Peter Gonsiorowski shoveled out his car in Somerville. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff A wave slammed into a sea wall in Scituate as the evening high tide approached on Wednesday.