In blizzard’s wake, much clean up—and snowy roads
What some have called an historic blizzard delivered as advertised, with record-breaking snowfall in parts of southern Maine and for some coastal areas. Castine and Penobscot saw nearly two feet of snow fall between the evening of Friday, February 8, and Saturday afternoon, with drifts rising close to three feet. By Sunday, the sun was shining and the cleanup began in earnest.
Route 199 in Penobscot
Route 199 in Penobscot by Town Landing Road is plowed but road remains slick.
Del Davis has help digging out his front door
Del Davis, of Castine, has help digging out his front door.