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Winter storm blankets northern New England and upstate New York

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Wearing shorts and a T-shirt, Jonathan Symonds, right, and Martin Ward shovel out their driveway in Saranac Lake, NY on Monday, March 7. Parts of upstate New York are buried under more than 2 feet of heavy snow, with freezing rain, sleet and 30-mph winds added to the mix, closing scores of schools and knocking out power to more than 40,000 utility customers.

Shaun Ondak / Adirondack Daily Enterprise via AP

A collision involving two vehicles that claimed the life of a 19-year-old Paul Smith's College student on state Route 86 in Ray Brook, N.Y., on Sunday, March 6. George H. Deets IV, of East Dorset, Vt., was driving a 2002 Saturn sedan, left, when he lost control of the vehicle and slid into an oncoming 2010 Honda CRV operated by Alan Daunais of Saranac Lake, NY., according to state police.

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Donald Devoil, center, takes his children to a neighbor's house since his daycare was closed due to a winter storm in Montpelier, Vt. on Monday, March 7. Meteorologist Bruce Taber says 20.6 inches of snow has fallen at the Burlington International Airport and it's supposed to keep snowing through the early afternoon. He says some parts of northern Vermont could get up to 30 inches of snow. At left is Isla, 1, and at right is Callum, 5.

 Full story here: 30" of snow forecast for parts of Northeast