SUNDAY STORM LEAVES HEAVY SNOW

by Christian Mower on December 30, 2013

SUNDAY’S QUICK MOVING SNOWSTORM LEFT HEAVY WET SNOW COVERING THE VALLEY AREA AND WESTERN MAINE, BUT THERE ARE NO MAJOR POWER OUTAGES REPORTED MONDAY MORNING.

UNOFFICIAL SPOTTER REPORTS PROVIDED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDICATE 9 INCHES OF NEW SNOW IN MADISON AND GLEN AND AROUND 7 INCHES IN CHATHAM AND OSSIPEE – AND JUST MORE THAN SIX INCHES IN RANDOLPH.

PUBLIC SERVICE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE REPORTS JUST UNDER 7,300 OUTAGES SYSTEM WIDE MONDAY MORNING, INCLUDING JUST MORE THAN 400 CUSTOMERS IN TAMWORTH, JUST UNDER 300 CUSTOMERS IN CHATHAM AND A FEW DOZEN CUSTOMERS IN CONWAY, ALBANY AND MADISON.

IN MAINE, CENTRAL MAINE POWER COMPANY REPORTS JUST LESS THAN 3,900 OUTAGES SYSTEMWIDE MONDAY MORNING, WITH AROUND 400 CUSTOMERS IN THE DARK IN OXFORD AND CUMBERLAND COUNTIES.

REPORTED SNOWFALL TOTALS IN WESTERN MAINE INDICATE JUST MORE THAN 7 INCHES FOR NORTH SEBAGO, A LITTLE MORE THAN 6 INCHES IN NAPLES AND 3 INCHES IN WINDHAM.