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People across eastern Massachusetts woke up Wednesday to cars buried in several feet of snow, and finding that many side streets are still impossible to navigate.

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Four towns hit the three-foot mark and several ended up with more than 30 inches from the Blizzard of 2015.

(WBZ-TV graphic)

(WBZ-TV graphic)

A ban on non-essential travel ended at midnight and traffic started moving again slowly on highways.

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The MBTA resumed subway and commuter rail service, although delays are expected.

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Bus service was more uncertain and most schools remain closed.

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Logan Airport resumed flights.

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The misery isn’t over, however.

More than 11,000 homes and businesses remained without power Wednesday.

The blizzard punched a gaping hole in a seawall and swamped a vacant home in Marshfield.

The Marshfield seawall breached by the Blizzard of 2015. (Photo credit: Marshfield police)

The Marshfield seawall breached by the Blizzard of 2015. (Photo credit: Marshfield police)

Temperatures at the beginning of the day were in the teens and weren’t expected to rise beyond the mid-20s.

WBZ-TV meteorologists said it won’t get above freezing for a week and more snow is in the forecast.

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