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Cape Cod Paper Succumbs to Winter, for a Day

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Cape Cod Paper Succumbs to Winter, for a Day

Cape Cod Paper Succumbs to Winter, for a Day

Cape Cod Paper Succumbs to Winter, for a Day

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A record-breaking storm roared up the East Coast this weekend, leaving mounds of snow and stinging temperatures in its wake. In Cape Cod, the blizzard dropped nearly three feet of snow. For the first time in memory, severe weather made it impossible for the Cape Cod Times to publish its print edition — so Monday, it's only available online.

Guest:

Paul Pronovost, managing news editor, The Cape Cod Times.