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PHOTO GALLERY: Snowstorm hits the Northeast

Sunday, October 30, 2011 | 7:55 p.m. CDT

An early Nor'easter hit the Northeast this weekend, leaving millions of people without power.

Sarah Arel clears snow from her roof in Ashburnham, Mass., on Sunday. Millions of people in the U.S. Northeast were without power as an unseasonably early storm dumped heavy, wet snow over the weekend on a region more used to gaping at leaves in October than shoveling snow.
A Times Square Alliance worker clears snow in New York's Times Square on Saturday. An unusual early autumn nor'easter brought a mix of snow, rain and slush to parts of New York on Saturday, and authorities said Central Park was seeing its snowiest October on record.
The Weather Channel host Jim Cantore goes live from Commonwealth Avenue behind the Pennsylvania State Capitol on Saturday in Harrisburg. A classic nor'easter hit Pennsylvania this weekend, a decidedly unseasonal date for a type of storm more associated with midwinter.
A scarecrow stands over snow-covered pumpkins at the pumpkin patch at the United Methodist Church of Sea Cliff in Sea Cliff, N.Y., on Saturday. A classic nor'easter caused snow up the East Coast, unseasonal for this time of year.
After hiking up the mountain, skiers and snowboarders make first tracks at Gunstock ski area after an early fall snow Sunday in Gilford, N.H.

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