Nor’easter Brings Snow To Maine and the Rest of the East Coast
The first official snow storm of the season, Nor’easter, is upon us. The storm brought a mix of snow, rain, and winds to Maine and the East Coast. See snow totals from around Maine and the New England region.
Snow Totals around Maine:
Caribou – 2 inches
Presque Isle – 2 to 4 inches
Van Buren – 1 inch
Island Falls – 1 inch
Sherman – 1 inch
Surry – 3.8 inches
Sedgewick – 3 ½ inches
Ellsworth – 3 ½ inches
Orland – 4 inches
The National Weather Service meteorologists say that the snow storm will be here until late Thursday evening, and move away early Friday morning. If you are out on the road driving be careful, the roads are sleek and visibility is limited.
How did Nor’easter affect the rest of New England? See snow totals for Massachusetts.
Nor’easter is also slowing down the recovery process for the Hurricane Sandy victims in New Jersey and New York. Thousands of people are still without electricity, shelters, and many roads are still shut down.