Bruce Sanford did not let a snowstorm keep him from taking measurements Monday morning for molding on the facade of the Hartley Block complex high above Lisbon Street in Lewiston. A third of the apartments are occupied, and the first-floor retail spaces are nearing completion. Sun Journal photo by Russ Dillingham

Monday’s snowstorm dropped from 2 to 8 inches of snow over most of the state, with inland areas getting the higher accumulations.

Crocuses that were open and in full bloom yesterday are covered with snow on Franklin Street in Lewiston on Monday morning. Sun Journal photo by Russ Dillingham

According to the National Weather Service Office in Gray, the Portland Jetport got 2.4 inches. According to the NWS, the following amount of snow fell in inland areas:

Androscoggin County snowfall

Leeds 5.0 inches.

Mechanic Falls 4.2 inches.

Auburn 3.5 inches.


Lewiston 3.5 inches.

Poland 0.9 inches.

Durham 0.8 inches.

Franklin County snowfall

Carrabassett Valley 6.0 inches.

Kingfield 4.0 inches.

Weld 3.5 inches.


Rangeley 2.0 inches.

Farmington 0.5 inches.

Temple 0.2 inches.

Oxford County snowfall

Otisfield 5.3 inches.

Brownfield 5.0 inches.

Hartford 5.0 inches.


Lovell 4.0 inches.

Newry 4.0 inches.

Peru 3.0 inches.

Fryeburg 3.0 inches.

Bethel 1.0 inches.

Tuesday’s forecast is calling for a wintry mix of rain and snow in most areas of the state.

Penza Lemba clears snow off her vehicle Monday morning on Jefferson Street in Lewiston. “It’s not as bad as last year, I’m used to it now,” Lemba said as she cleaned off her brush and ducked inside her warm SUV. Sun Journal photo by Russ Dillingham

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