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|Gallery: March comes in like a lion|
|Written by Karen Wong|
|Friday, 08 March 2013 10:52|
As a huge storm lingers off the coast of Duxbury, many areas of town are experiencing massive flooding and some areas may see additional snow before the storm moves off the coast. The Clipper's Karen Wong traveled around Duxbury before and during the storm to give us a first hand glance at the impact of the storm.
The road leading to Duxbury Beach was flooded Thursday as high winds and rains battered the coast.
A snow plow makes its way around town Friday morning as snow continued to fall across the state.
Stormy waters batter the docks as a high-moisture storm settled on the South
Powder Point bridge stood strong against high winds and waves during the first storm of March.
Brant Rock was flooded Friday morning as the first storm of March slammed the South Shore.
Ice floes floated on Back River.
Snow coated Town Hall stood against the wintry storm.