First Measurable Winter Snow Accompanied by Single-Digit Wind Chill Downeast

By Paul Sylvain

By Maine standards, the first measurable snow storm of the winter wasn’t a block-buster. An average of just three inches of light, fluffy, powdery snow fell across the greater Machias region Sunday night into early Monday morning, but the wind made the storm seem a lot worse than it was.. 

The wind pushed the snow into drifts six or more inches deep in some places, while other spots remained open with bare ground. 

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