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March Blizzard: Snowfall totals from around Maine

(Risa Dennison)

STATEWIDE (WGME) – A March blizzard slammed the state Tuesday. Many towns got more than a foot of snow.

Here are some of the town-by-town snowfall totals:

Androscoggin County

  • Auburn: 19.0”
  • Lewiston: 16.0”
  • Turner: 17.0”
  • Durham: 15.0”
  • Lisbon Falls: 22"

Poland: 15.5"

Cumberland County

  • Bridgton: 21.5”
  • Cumberland: 18.0"
  • South Windham: 17.1"
  • New Gloucester: 18.1”
  • Portland (Deering): 17.5”
  • Portland Jetport: 16.3”
  • Gray: 16.6”

  • Standish: 18.7"
  • Westbrook: 14.0”
  • Gorham: 14.0”
  • Naples: 16.0"
  • Yarmouth: 16.0"
  • N. Sebago: 13.0"
  • Steep Falls: 19.2”

Franklin County

  • Farmington: 16.0”
  • Eustis: 18.0"

Kennebec County

  • Randolph: 19.0”
  • Mount Vernon: 14.7”
  • Monmouth: 13.0"
  • Winthrop: 17.1"
  • Winslow: 14.0"
  • Waterville: 15.0"

Knox County

  • Camden: 11.8”
  • South Thomaston: 10.0"
  • Union: 11.5"

Lincoln County

  • Damariscotta: 11.0"
  • Westport Island: 14.0"
  • Newcastle: 15.5"

Oxford County

  • Brownfield: 16.0”
  • West Bethel: 13.5”

Sagadahoc County

  • Topsham: 14.0"
  • Phippsburg: 11.0"

Somerset County

  • Harmony: 16.0"
  • New Portland: 13.0"
  • Palmyra: 12.5"
  • Norridgewock: 12.5"

Waldo County

  • Swanville: 12.0"
  • Belfast: 11.0”

York County

  • North Waterboro: 21.0"
  • Alfred: 19.0"
  • Cornish: 19.2"
  • West Newfield: 15.0”
  • Saco: 14.0”
  • Limington: 16.0"
  • Hollis: 17.0"
  • Dayton: 16.0"

Shapleigh: 16.0"

  • Berwick: 17.3"
  • Old Orchard Beach: 17.5"

This list will be updated as more snowfall totals come in from the National Weather Service.




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