A man crosses Maine Street where snow has been piled high during a blizzard, Monday, Feb. 13, 2017, in Brunswick, Maine. A fluffy snow up to two-feet deep blanketed parts of the Northeast, just days after the biggest storm of the season dumped up to 19 inches of snow on the region. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)

The Nor’easter that blanketed parts of the Northeast left more than 3 feet of snow at several locations in Maine.

The National Weather Service reports that 40 inches of snow fell in Hudson, Bradford, Kenduskeag and Glenburn, towns surrounding Bangor. In eastern Maine, Whiting reported 38 inches and Jonesboro 36 inches.

There were strong winds as well, including gusts of 47 mph at Brunswick, 48 mph at South Bristol and 55 inches at Isle au Haut.

Strong winds also created problems in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, where a tree branch crashed through a car windshield in Mechanicsburg, killing the driver. Just north of New York City, a Metro-North train struck a fallen tree, hampering service for hours.

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