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Connecticut's nursery and landscaping businesses hit hard by snow storm

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Orlando Nunez dismantles a greenhouse that collapsed under the weight of snow at Sunny Border Nurseries in the Kensington section of Berlin, Conn., Feb. 13, 2013. Five of the nursery's 16 greenhouses caved in after the heavy snowfall Friday and Saturday. Much of the damage in Connecticut was to the state's nursery and landscaping businesses, which account for more than $1 billion sales, or about half of all agriculture in the state.

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A dangerous winter storm hit the Northeast last Friday.

NBC News reports:

The snow-weary Northeast is about to get hit again. And again.

Forecasters say parts of New England — still digging out from an epic snowstorm last weekend — should get several inches of snow Wednesday night, according to weather.com. New York and Philadelphia could see 1 to 3 inches.

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