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Outages are being felt across the Northeast

A driver had to navigate snowy roads and pass through downed branches in Cornwall, N.Y., yesterday. A driver had to navigate snowy roads and pass through downed branches in Cornwall, N.Y., yesterday. (Lee Ferris/Associated Press)
Associated Press / October 31, 2011

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The surprise October nor’easter knocked out power to more than 3 million homes and businesses across the Northeast on Sunday, and officials said it would take days to restore service. The snowstorm smashed record snowfall totals for October and worsened as it moved north. Roads, rails, and airline flights were knocked out,

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