After about 9.5" (9.6" to be exact) here...the snow is finally winding down. We're left with overcast skies, and a temperature of 22 degrees. In West Hampstead (the next town over), 10.2" was reported at 2pm, and I assume that their final amount will be closer to 11". The storm is continuing to intensify in the Gulf of Maine, and the highest snowfall amounts will be found in the Pine Tree state. In between 10" and 13" has been reported so far from Hollis south to Kennebunk, and an additional 1-3" is expected in York county before the snow stops this evening. 9-11" has been reported in the Portland area so far as well.
Ski country has made out fairly well, too...5-7" has fallen so far from Loon to Bretton Woods.
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