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Bomb Cyclone 2018 Pics

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Things weren't too bad. 

We lost power a few times briefly. It started out as heavy rain and fierce wind. About midnight it switched over to snow. The winds were crazy we lost a couple of trees. Overall about 6" of accumulation there were a couple of areas in my yard that was up to my knees, but the area behind some thick trees the grass was still peeking through. My creek froze over, but it looks really cool.

 

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For some reason, and not to discount it's severity, the name, "bomb cyclone", makes me laugh.  It resembles a fresh snow.

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In Maine we were supposed to get it bad.

Not so much. We got maybe 12 inches in Central Maine, winds were up, but the storm was nothing compared to last year's blizzard.

Weather has been below 0, but going to near 50 this week. The motto here is - If you don't like the weather just wait a day or 2.

No pictures to add, 'cause this was just another storm :).

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19 hours ago, Umpire in Chief said:

@maineump I haven't heard from my friend outside of Portland how he did. 

Depends on which way from Portland - up towards NH got pounded. Big winds down there as well.

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