Nor’easter buries parts of New England while more floods threaten California

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By Steve Gorman and Rich McKay LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Ten of thousands of New England and New York homes and businesses were without power on Wednesday in the aftermath of a Nor’easter that dumped up to 3 feet of snow on the region, while a new atmospheric river storm raised the threat of more flooding in California. In the Northeast, the late-winter blizzard dumped about 2 feet (0.6 m) of snow in the Berkshire mountains of western Massachusetts and northwestern Connecticut, and a foot or more in parts of New York’s Hudson Valley. Across Massachusetts the accumulations varied greatly. In Colr…

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