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Here's a look at the snowfall totals after Friday snowstorm

Grab some skis, and head outside to hit the slopes, because we finally have enough snow for winter activities!

MAINE, USA — The terms "fake winter," "lame winter," and "warm winter" have all been used to describe the 2022-2023 winter season so far, which has been really warm. 

Luckily, we finally got a break in the pattern, and the entire state got some snow! The system started throwing some snow down Thursday night and then continued through Friday.

Southwestern Maine got the most snow out of this system and dropped more than we have seen all season long.

Old Orchard Beach received the most snow, with nearly 9 inches, while Portland followed right behind with 8 inches of snowfall. Considering where this season began, this was a sight for sore eyes.

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This brings the snow depth up a bit for the entire state, especially in places that did not have any snow beforehand. Most of us have around 6 to 12 inches of snow on the ground now. Northern Maine has well over a foot in some places! 

It's great for skiing, snowboarding, sledding, and anything else you need the snow for; and we're not done just yet. 

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Another system is set to move through the region Sunday night through Monday. This is going to add even more snow to these totals, but it will target different places this time around. 

The rain-snow line is trending to stay right along the coastline, which means rain will mix into the snow for those living along the water. Places further inland are set to receive the bulk of the snow from this system.  

Stay with us for the latest forecast and most up-to-date snow totals!

Enjoy the winter wonderland!

- Aaron

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