Mainers Dig Out After March Snowstorm
Maine's latest snow storm has dropped nearly two feet of snow around Bangor and Downeast.
Mainers are digging out after nearly two feet of snow fell on Bangor. According to the National Weather Service in Caribou, 20.9 inches of snow fell at Bangor International Airport.
Bangor can expect another 3 inches of snowfall throughout the day Wednesday. The snow is expected to taper off throughout the afternoon, but continuing across the northern portion of the state.
Bangor's accumulation is the second biggest snowfall for a March 14 storm since records have been kept.
Milbridge weather watchers report and impressive 25 inches of fresh snowfall.
Houlton has seen 8.5 inches of snow so far.
Emera Maine's Live Outage Map peaked at a little over 15,000 customers without power due to storm damage. The number has steadily dropped throughout the day as crews work to restore power.
We don't want to be bearer of bad news, so we'll let WCSH and WLBZ meteorologist Keith Carson do it.
Yup, another storm. Maybe it will be just rain? Fingers crossed.