From the top of 21st Street at Rucker Ave, Everett teacher Monica Darby-Agustin stands with her dogs Binka (back) and Bernie watching her two kids sled and play in the snow with other kids early Monday following a heavy snowfall overnight that left the region blanketed and forced numerous school closures. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

From the top of 21st Street at Rucker Ave, Everett teacher Monica Darby-Agustin stands with her dogs Binka (back) and Bernie watching her two kids sled and play in the snow with other kids early Monday following a heavy snowfall overnight that left the region blanketed and forced numerous school closures. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

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