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January Blizzard: Get snowfall totals for all of Maine



WHAT ARE YOU EXPERIENCING IN THE PITS RIGHT NOW? DUSTIN: GOOD EVENING. IT’S STILL SNOWING AND STILL WIND. NO HELP IN SIGHT. THE WIND IS STRONG — TOO BRUTAL. I WILL TRY TO GET AN ACCURATE SNOWFALL MEASUREMENT. ATTH IS ONE OF THE BIG CHALLENGES OF A BLIZZARD WARNING, WE ALSO HAVE STRONG WINDS. LOTS OF SNOW. WE TALKED ABOUT THE SNOW DRTS AIF LOT. THIS HAS BEEN A RELIABLE REMO SPOT, PROBABLY AROUND THE 10 OR 11 INCH RANGE BUT NOT FARTHER – NOT TOO FARTHER, RIGHT ABOUT 10 FLAT OR MORE. JUST A MEOR CHECK, AND LITTLE ON HERE. IT’S ABOUT SEVEN INCHES. VERY DIFFICULT TL TO GET AN ACCURATE SNOW REPORT WITH THESE SNOW CONGRESS. THE WIND IS BLOWING THE SNOW AND I’D BET WE’RE IN THE SEVEN TO NINE INCH RANGE IN THE PIT AREA, NOT FAR AWAY. A REPORT MORE THAN NINE INCHES IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. MY SNOW ANGEL HAS ENDED WE HAVE DISAPPEARED WITH THE EVER GREATER ACCUMULATION AND SNOW REMOVAL JUST OUTSIDE OUR OWN VEHICLE. THE CARS ARE NOT COVERED IN SNOW, BUT WITH THIS IN THE SIGN OF ITS MOTHER NATURE, IT HAS TO MAKE A FRESH SNOW ANGEL. OTHERWISE, MEOR THE SNOW IS COMING AND WITH DARKNESS IT’S GONE. MUCH BETTER. PLENTY OF ROOM FOR FUN IN A GOOD SNOW STORM, BUT IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY THE SNOW, YOU BETTER WAIT UNTIL TOMORROW. WE HAVE SEEN BEACHGOERS SAYING IT’S BEAUTIFUL AND THEY LOVE THE WAVES AND SNOW. IF YOU STOP FOR NOT MORE THAN ONE MINUTE OR

January Blizzard: Get snowfall totals for all of Maine

Saturday’s northeast brought heavy snowfall, high winds and blizzard conditions to much of Maine. As the wind makes it difficult to measure the snow, some snowfall reports are coming in and will be updated as new ones come in. the latest totals from the National Weather Service. Unlisted counties have yet to report totals. 9.4 inEast Baldwin: 7.0 inPownal: 6.1 in Franklin CountyNew Sharon: 4.0 inHancock CountyEllsworth: 12.0 in Tremont: 11.0 inSeawall: 10.0 in East Surry: 9.5 in Kennebec CountyVassalboro: 12.80 inChina: 9.60 inLitchfield: 9.0 inFarmingdale: 8.9 inRandolphomas County: 7.9 County: 7.0 inRandolph County: 12.0 inTenants Harbour: 8.0 in Lincoln CountyBremen: 10.5 in Waldoboro: 9.5 in Bristol: 8.5 in Damariscotta: 8.0 in Union: 8.0 in Jefferson: 7.0 in Oxford CountyOxford: 5.0 in Penobscot CountyHermon: 13.5 in Carmel: 12.0 in Glenburn: 11.2 in Bangor: 11.0 in Hampden: 9.8 in Holden: 8.0 in Sagadahoc County Topsham: 11.0 in Woolwich: 8.0 in Somerset County Palmyra: 8.0 in Waldo County Knox: 12.0 in Belmont: 9.5 at Washington CountyRoque Bluffs: 17.0 at Eastport: 14.0 at Edmunds: 14.0 at Perry: 11.0 at East Machias: 10.0 at York CountyOld Orchard Beach: 14.8 at Sanford : 12.0 Saco: 10.5 at Hollis: 8.8 at Limerick: 6.5 at South Eliot: 6.3 at Kennebunkport: 6.0 at Cape Nedd ick: 6.0 inches Shapleigh: 3.0 inches

Saturday’s northeast brought heavy snowfall, high winds and blizzard conditions to much of Maine.

As the wind makes it difficult to measure snow, some snowfall reports are coming in and will be updated as new ones come in.

Check out some of the latest National Weather Service totals. Unlisted counties have yet to report totals.

Androscoggin County

  • Lisbon Falls: 9.5″
  • Lewiston: 7.5 inches

Aroostook County

  • Caribou: 7.0″
  • Ashland: 6.0 inches

Cumberland County

  • Braunschweig: 18.0″
  • Free port: 13.5 inches
  • Yarmouth: 13.0″
  • Falmouth: 12.1 inches
  • Gorham: 11.0 inches
  • Cape Elizabeth: 10.0″
  • New Gloucester: 9.4 inches
  • East Baldwin: 7.0 inches
  • Power: 6.1 inches

Franklin County

Hancock County

  • Ellsworth: 12.0 inches
  • Tremont: 11.0″
  • Dam: 10.0″
  • Surry East: 9.5 inches

Kennebec County

  • Vassalboro: 12.80″
  • China: 9.60 inches
  • Litchfield: 9.0″
  • Farmingdale: 8.9 inches
  • Randolph: 7.0 inches

Knox County

  • Thomaston: 12.0 inches
  • Tenant Port: 8.0″

Lincoln County

  • Bremen: 10.5 inches
  • Waldoboro: 9.5 inches
  • Card stock: 8.5 inches
  • Damariscotta: 8.0″
  • Union: 8.0″
  • Jefferson: 7.0 inches

Oxford County

Penobscot County

  • Hermon: 13.5 inches
  • Carmel: 12.0 inches
  • Glenburn: 11.2 inches
  • Bangor: 11.0 inches
  • Hamden: 9.8 inches
  • Holden: 8.0 inches

Sagadahoc County

  • Topsham: 11.0″
  • Woolwich: 8.0 inches

County of Somerset

Waldo County

  • Knox: 12.0″
  • Belmont: 9.5 inches

Washington County

  • Castling Bluffs: 17.0″
  • Eastport: 14.0 inches
  • Edmunds: 14.0 inches
  • Perry: 11.0″
  • East Machias: 10.0 in

York County

  • Old Orchard Range: 14.8 inches
  • Sanford: 12.0
  • Bag: 10.5 inches
  • Hollis: 8.8″
  • Limerick: 6.5 inches
  • South Eliot: 6.3 inches
  • Kennebunkport: 6.0 inches
  • Cape Neddick: 6.0 inches
  • Shape: 3.0 inches