As the Maine snowstorm creeps north, more Mainers are losing power due to the heavy snow and whipping winds.
PORTLAND, Maine– Rain changing to snow and after that heavy snow in addition to high winds throughout the day and night left nearly 200,000 Mainers in the state without power just after 10 p.m. Central Maine Power reported that 177,355 of its consumers were in the dark, and Versant Power revealed 16,109 blackouts. Cumberland County accounted for 43,564 of those clients, York County for 26,268, Kennebec County for
23,992 and Androscoggin for 22,814.
Most current sat/ rad. pic.twitter.com/SsUobfaXX2– Jessica Conley(@MeteoroloJess)December 6, 2020 Parking bans were reported throughout the state, and arranged events including a public dinner and Sunday church services were canceled. Attempting to offset lost time on the peninsula in Portland.
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Weekend Maine nor’easter
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