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Snow storm damage A tree branch fell through the roof of a home in Florham Park (Morris County), New Jersey. Power outages are common across the area from down power lines and trees. There are thousands of people in the county who haven’t had power since the storm last weekend. (Photo: Danielle Ling)

(Bloomberg) – Proximity to the ocean and just the right elevation helped spare New York City from the worst of Wednesday’s nor’easter that dumped more than two feet of snow elsewhere in the region and left more than 850,000 homes and businesses without power.

Related: When a tree falls, does your insurance policy cover the damage?

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