UPDATED 12:56 PM — Maine state police warn that road conditions are slick and want motorists slow down. Better yet, stay home.

UPDATED 11:15 A.M. — Local snowfall amounts reported this morning by the National Weather Service:

Androscoggin County

Turner: 5.5 inches

W Lisbon Falls: 5.3 inches

E Lewiston: 5 inches


Lisbon: 5 inches

Auburn: 4.7 inches

SE Poland: 4.6 inches

Livermore Falls: 4.5 inches

N Lisbon: 2.1 inches

Franklin County


E New Sharon: 6.9 inches

New Sharon NW: 6.3 inches

SW New Vineyard: 5.5 inches

NNW Farmington: 5.5 inches

Farmington N: 5.4 inches

Temple W: 5.3 inches


NW Rangeley: 4 inches

SSE Rangeley: 2.8 inches

Rangeley: 2.5 inches

Oxford County

Hartford N: 6.8 inches

Hartford: 6.5 inches


E Hartford: 6.3 inches

Andover W: 6.0 inches

Bethel SSE: 5.5 inches

Oxford SW: 5.1 inches

Measurements were taken before 8 a.m.

UPDATED 10:11 A.M. — CMP is reporting about 26,000 power outages across the state. At least 24,000 of them in York County. Most of the outages are from snow-covered limbs and trees taking down power lines.

UPDATED 8:37 A.M. — Lewiston and Auburn city governments are closed Monday.

UPDATED 8:23 A.M. — Central Maine Power has reported at least 19,000 power outages so far — mostly in York County. The Maine State Police has reported vehicles sliding off the Maine Turnpike.

Rain and sleet is mixing in across far southern areas and parts of the immediate coastline, but elsewhere snow continues to fall. Everyone is expected to change back to snow by late morning and the early afternoon, with many locations expected to pick up 8-12 inches from this system. National Weather Service graphic

UPDATED 7:16 A.M. — Citylink bus services in Lewiston and Auburn has been canceled for Monday.

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