The road conditions are a big concern Wednesday morning.
The snow is still coming down and coating the roads, which causing some slick spots.
Lewiston and Auburn canceled classes again Wednesday morning. Municipal offices in the two towns are scheduled to open at 11 a.m. Also, both cities’ parking bans will end at noon.
The State of Maine plans to open its offices for a regular business day.
Many state courthouses plan to open at noon today, including Androscoggin County Superior Court in Auburn and 8th District Court in Lewiston.
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Visibility has improved Wednesday morning. The snow is a little lighter than Tuesday but there are still some heavy bands of snow moving through.
There were several accidents Tuesday night due to the snow.
Speeds are still down to 45 mph on the Maine Turnpike and I-295.
Bands of snow continue to affect the region early this morning as current radar imagery shows. Slippery conditions are expected into the morning commute, even though additional accumulations south of the mountains and foothills should be less than 2 inches. #mewx #nhwx pic.twitter.com/vO1lzmcSo6
— NWS Gray (@NWSGray) March 14, 2018