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A view of the Chatham Fish Pier and parking lot shortly after high tide Tuesday morning.

In the days and weeks that follow this blizzard, local insurance companies and agents say they expect a surge of phone calls as homeowners, businesses, and drivers try to recoup losses from snow, wind and water damage.

The storm was expected to dump up to three feet of snow in some parts of Massachusetts. It caused flooding of homes and businesses in Scituate and Chatham, left nearly 35,000 people without power Tuesday afternoon, including many who live in Nantucket and Plymouth and stranded vehicles on the roadways.

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Residents in Hull, Marshfield and Scituate were evacuated as the Atlantic Ocean spilled into neighborhood usual……….. continues on Boston Globe.

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