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slides: GoLocal’s Readers’ Central MA Blizzard Photos

Saturday, February 09, 2013

 

The Blizzard of '13 dumped a reported 28 inches on Worcester and surrounding areas. Check out these great photos from GoLocal readers across the region digging out after the biggest snowstorm in years.

Have a great storm photo? We want to see it! Send your pictures to [email protected] and include your name and town, and we'll add them to our slideshow.

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Worcester

 

One Tatnuck resident opened her back door to find this massive snow drift piled up against her home.
 
Photo: Marissa McKeon
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Worcester

 

Kelley, 5, and Caitlyn, 2, in front of a snow drift in their backyard.
 
Photo: Courtney Graves
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Brighton

Snow was still coming down fast in Brighton this morning.

Photo: Jes Waldrip

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Worcester

 

A backhoe was spotted moving snow from the streets in a neighborhood near the Worcester airport.
 
Photo: Mary McDonough
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Worcester

 

Mail service from the United States Postal Service was suspended today, and you can see why from this nearly-buried mailbox in Worcester.
 
Photo: Mary McDonough
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Boylston

 

People aren't the only ones having a hard time getting around in the snow, as this picture from Boylston shows.
 
Photo: Christine Maki-Cogswell
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Worcester

 

JD had a little easier time getting around than his fellow canine in Central Mass, taking advantage of the freshly cleared sidewalks in Worcester.
 
Photo: Tami from Worcester
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Boylston

 

With more than two feet of snow, Central Mass residents need more than just a shovel to dig out from this blizzard. 
 
Photo: Christine Maki-Cogswell
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Worcester

 

One Worcester resident captured the near-whiteout conditions during the peak of the blizzard Friday night.
 
Photo: Nam Nguyen
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Worcester

 

This upper-story view from near Route 146 in Worcester shows the many cars left good and buried by the near-record snowfall.
 
Photo: Thayalla Espinoza
 
 

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