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Blizzard of 2015 Leaves Up to 3 feet of Snow in New England

Over 50 locations across five states, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Maine and New York — got 30-plus inches of snow. Ten-foot drifts were at Southwest Harbor, Massachusetts, and winds gusted to 78 mph in Nantucket, while Marshfield, also in Massachusetts, experienced the blizzard for 14 consecutive hours.

A large section of seawall was breached by ocean waves at the height of the blizzard and collapsed, damaging several homes in Marshfield, Mass. in January

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