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Mar 18, 2017 8:24 AM

NH utility crews still mopping up power outages after nor'easter

The Associated Press

MOULTONBOROUGH (AP) — Utility crews are still mopping up in New Hampshire after a powerful nor'easter.

The New Hampshire Electric Co-op reports that several hundred customers remained in the dark Saturday morning. Officials said there was widespread damage in New Hampshire's Lakes Region, but officials hope to have the lights back on for all customers this weekend.

The storm on Tuesday lashed the Maine and New Hampshire coast with gusts topping 50 mph and dumped more than 2 feet of snow in northern New England.

The 29.9 inches of snow at the Burlington International Airport in Vermont was the second-most on record, about 3 inches shy of the high recorded in January 2010.

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