March 27, 2019
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Dusting of snow falls on parts of Aroostook, winds causing outages

Linda Pelletier | Fiddlehead Focus
Linda Pelletier | Fiddlehead Focus
The first dusting of snow this season fell on the St. John Valley overnight. Residents faced snow covered roads like 12th Avenue and French Street in Madawaska during the morning commute Thursday.

MADAWASKA, Maine — Residents of northern Maine awoke to a dusting of snow Thursday morning with temperatures just below freezing.

The National Weather Service Caribou office forecast scattered snow showers, mainly before noon in parts of Aroostook County with a high Thursday of just around 33 degrees in the St. John Valley. Temperatures are expected to rise into the 40s during the day the rest of the week.

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