These are especially helpful on days like today when the weather may be very different from one end of the state to the other. The MDOT has set up a series of nineteen different cameras along the highway.
Governor Paul LePage is asking Mainers to watch out for each other as the state experiences the coldest temperatures since 2011. Blizzard conditions overnight into this morning, followed by extreme cold could make for a dangerous situation for some.
With temperatures well below zero this morning, a lot of cars and trucks just didn't want to start. Do you know what to do when you jump into the driver's seat and turn the key only to hear that whirring sound and not the familiar sound of a happy and content engine?
Maine residents are being urged to report any ice storm damage to their homes and/or businesses. Governor Paul LePage says the information will help the state government know the extent of the damage and which areas were hardest hit.
With all the snow and ice as of late, one thing to remember is to clear a way for fuel delivery to your home. During the past week or so many Maine energy companies have reported not being able to safely get a loaded fuel delivery truck to a customers home
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