Photos: Anniversary of the great 'White Halloween' storm
In 2011, a "white Halloween" storm with record-setting snowfalls brought down trees across the northeastern U.S., knocking out power to millions and shutting down streets, schools, and in some cases Halloween celebrations. Parts of Massachusetts and New Hampshire received over 30 inches, while some areas of Connecticut were without power for 11 days.
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