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A Sense Of Relief As Region Digs Out Of Historic Blizzard

 Wednesday, January 28, 2015

 The Boston Globe

The monster storm that staggered Massachusetts on Tuesday brought as much as 3 feet of snow, ferocious winds, coastal flooding, and dozens of evacuations. Despite the wallop, there was a widely shared sense the state had caught a break. Far fewer residents than expected lost power. High tides did not cause widespread, devastating damage. And no deaths or serious injuries were reported by Tuesday night in a storm that moved steadily up the Top 10 list of the worst storms in Boston as the snow piled higher.