A man charges through the untouched knee-deep snow in Monument Square in Portland, Saturday, Feb. 9, as a woman shields herself from blustering winds.
Snow-buried sidewalks on Free Street in Portland, force cross-country skiers and walkers to take to the street on Saturday, Feb. 9.
A Monument Square crosswalk sign is barely visible after the blizzard's strong winds packed it with snow on Saturday, Feb. 9.
A South Portland Fire Department truck is almost obscured by snow drifts and plowed snow on Ocean Street in Knightville on Saturday afternoon, Feb. 9, after the snow stopped flying.
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