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Courtney Watson had her work cut out for her blowing snow from her driveway in Murray River Sunday afternoon. The snow had stopped about mid-afternoon in this area but Mother Nature offered up some challenging temperatures that dipped below minus 30 degrees Celsius. A large volume of power outages were reported province-wide in the storm that generated high winds and 40 to 50 centimetres of snow.          Heather Moore photo

Eastern PEI was hit with a major winter storm for the second time in a week, with high winds creating chaos across the region.

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Marven MacLeod was sheltered from the wind but temperatures remained frigid as he cleared snow from the entrance to the Leona Giddings Memorial Library in Murray River.        Heather Moore photo

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In-person church services were cancelled Sunday while the major clean-up was underway. In this photo Roland MacDonald was clearing snow from the back entrance to the Murray River Baptist Church.  Heather Moore photo

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Town employees were busy with clean-up Sunday afternoon on Main Street in Souris.   Charlotte MacAulay photo

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Three Rivers maintenance worker Chris Morris makes a pass with a sidewalk plow along Queens Road Sunday afternoon. He was one of many provincial and municipal plow operators busy all day in the aftermath of a major storm that began Friday night and continued all day Saturday. Josh Lewis photo

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