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Reader storm photos

A few readers responded to our requests for their storm photos.

Ian Hammer, 13, sent us this, adding "@9:30 Saturday morning, shoveling out the 18-20" that accumulated in the driveway overnight. This was after I shoveled 8+ inches Friday afternoon through 10:00 pm Friday night.

This reader said, "Looking over to my neighbor's driveway...the cars were there last night!"

Tina Fishow provided this view from her bay window in Manchester.

This photo taken at around 8 p.m. Friday shows the storm's accumulation was in its infancy.

Dawn Thomas braves two feet of snow to take the dog for a walk Saturday morning.

John Whalen showed how snow buried this Concord deck under 2 feet of snow.

This motorcycle and sidecar was spotted on I-89 Friday.

Lori P. writes, "I opened two exit doors. . . realized I wasn't going anywhere, closed them and hunkered down until help arrived."

A reader who identified himself as George wonders, "Where is my Buick?"

Blizzard barbeque, submitted by Greg Salts.

George also provided us a picture of folks digging out a Subaru.

This dog was undoubtedly one of many enjoying the snow. (Linda)

30 inches of snow fell in this New Boston yard.

Paisley the cat views the scene. "She was very glad to be an indoor kitty today!" we are told.

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