Comments for: Parts of Maine to get up to 12 more inches of snow in latest storm

Posted Dec. 29, 2012, at 2:15 p.m.
Last modified Dec. 30, 2012, at 5:40 a.m.

PORTLAND | Blustery winds and a heavy snowfall hit the coast of Maine and some inland locales overnight Saturday, making driving challenging Sunday morning, but ski resort personnel couldn’t be more pleased. The storm, which is following  a nor’easter that dumped from 6 to 17 inches of snow throughout the state …

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  • Tedlick Badkey

    Bring it on!

    • Anonymous

      Won’t help to freeze the Ice, Tedlick.. I myself don’t trust the ice yet.

      • Tedlick Badkey

        Yes, I know… and I don’t trust it either.

        But it’ll be here. And the white helps break up the ugly gray we’ve seen so far.
        It’s a mixed blessing at best.

      • Tedlick Badkey

        Oh… I’m so sorry. I think I screwed up.

  • Anonymous

    For the best snow plowing in all of Maine try my cousin Ricky’s unemployment agency, open 24 hours, no cover and bonded and insured…

    • Anonymous

      I tried your cousin’s outfit there garcon.
      Dick don’t work !

      • Anonymous

        You must be in Topango Y cubed, Ricky is in Tijauna. I sorry.

  • David Grant

    13 inches here in Washington County

    • Anonymous

      16+ in Topsfield. :(

      • Anonymous

        2 or 3 inches in Millinocket lol

  • Tedlick Badkey

    “to get”? BDN, don’t you have ANYBODY that works on Sunday? 12 inches? If only…

  • Anonymous

    Sometimes I wish they would watch those speed limit signs a little more. At times the road is clear for miles in both directions with no wind, and there they are blinking.

  • Anonymous

    14 inches at Tinkersville….

  • Anonymous

    11 inches in the surrounding towns of Bangor and on my way out to snow blow.
    . .

  • Downeasta

    24 inches in my dooryard (sullivan area)

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