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Snowstorm Dumps a Foot of Snow on North Salem

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Maddy Bridges illustrates the proper way to make snow angels following last week’s snowstorm. Credits: Photo Courtesy of Liz Grob
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Post-snowstorm sunset in North Salem. Credits: Photo Courtesy of Regina Colletes
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Cho-Cho Collura Credits: Photo Courtesy of Mary Collura
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Martin and Molly Collura handle the shoveling duties. Credits: Photo Courtesy of Mary Collura
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Charlie Sementilli makes castles in the snow! Credits: Photo Courtesy of Lisa Sementilli
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Peach Lake after the Feb. 9 snowstorm. Credits: Photo Courtesy of Thomas Gallagher
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NORTH SALEM, N.Y.— After a relatively frozen-precipitation-free winter, North Salem was hit with a powerful nor’easter that dumped 12 inches of the white stuff on the town on Thursday, Feb. 9.

Schools were closed for the day, but many kids (and parents!) enjoyed some downtime.
Residents captured the day in photos.

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