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Southborough – Beauty in the aftermath of the nor’easter

By Tracy Nickerson, Community Advocate Staff

Morning sunlight glistens on the snow-laden trees in Southborough.

Southborough – After a harrowing Saturday night, listening to the wind and the cracking of branches as they fell under the weight of a heavy, wet snow, it was nice to emerge into a beautiful winter scene the next morning.

The snow quickly started to melt as the day warmed up, and soon, with the exception of power outages and fallen branches along the roadway, you would not have known a nor’easter had roared through the previous day. Photos/Tracy Nickerson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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