New England Patriots fans sit in seats coated by a light morning snow before an NFL football game between the Patriots and the Denver Broncos on Nov. 2, 2014, at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass.
Elise Amendola—AP
November 3, 2014 8:35 AM EST

A wintry storm blasted New England on Sunday, dumping nearly two feet of snow in parts of Maine and knocking out power across the region. Cary, Maine, near the border with Canada, was blanketed by 21 inches of snow by Sunday evening, while Bangor reported nearly 15 inches, according to Weather.com, and the area could get more.

Maine’s governor declared a limited emergency after about 120,000 properties lost power, according to NBC station New England Cable News. Most of the state was under a winter storm warning, and Northern New England could expect snowfall well into the night, according to…

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