A couple walks past a mural on Free Street in Portland on Sunday morning, Dec. 15, after the season's first major snowfall.
Portland resident Andy Marshall throws snowballs for Lucy, a shepherd mix, to chase on Sunday morning, Dec. 15, at Tommy's Park in Portland.
Norman Warren, of Portland, sports a high-visibility snowsuit on Sunday, Dec. 15, while walking to his next shoveling job on Exchange Street.
City employee Bob Weyer finishes shoveling out the entrance to Portland City Hall after a winter storm tapers off Sunday, Dec. 15.
John McDougall, of Hanover, N.H., skis on the sidewalk on Free Street on Sunday after a major winter storm. McDougal, who was visiting Portland for the weekend, said he skied several miles in the city, including the Eastern Promenade.
Ali Cornish, of northern California, left, crosses Exchange Street in Portland with friend Libby Kirk on Sunday morning, Dec. 15, after a major winter storm. Cornish said the 11-degree weather was "a little brisk" compared to the Golden State.
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