A beer-themed snowman gets a little sideways Tuesday morning in a P.U.G., or Pop-Up Garden, on Bartlett Street between Pine and Walnut streets in Lewiston. Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

A beer-themed snowman gets a little sideways Tuesday morning in a P.U.G., or Pop-Up Garden, on Bartlett Street between Pine and Walnut streets in Lewiston. Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

After spending a good chunk of Tuesday morning chopping ice to unplug a giant puddle in front of his home on College Street in Lewiston, Arthur Hughes struggles with a big pile of waterlogged, heavy snow a plow left halfway into the street as it swung wide to avoid parked cars on both sides of his driveway. Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Arthur Hughes struggled with a big pile of waterlogged, heavy snow Tuesday that was left halfway into the street by a plow truck swinging wide to avoid parked cars on both sides of his driveway. He wanted to remove as much as possible before it froze overnight.  Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Cheryl MacDonald squints and grits her teeth Monday afternoon as a cold wind blows snow into her face on Horton Street in Lewiston as she returns home from the laundromat. “After living in Maine long enough, you get used to this,” she said. “It’s actually very pretty, but I can’t wait for warmer weather.” Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal Buy this Photo


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